Facebook is acquiring Parse, a Xamarin SDK development company based in San Fransisco. Parse is famous for its strong presence in the development area of cross platform apps. for iOS and Android. Parse apps development technology uses simple ways using C and dotNet . Facebook has published the acquiring story of Parse. The mobile developers conference held on April 18 at New York made Facebook to conclude the decision of acquiring Parse.
Facebook's decision to acquire Parse, the huge milestone passed apps development company to boost their plan for introducing Open graph which is aiming as an easy way of Facebook Log in mobiles. Facebook is also aiming to release FB SDK 3.4 for iOS. So their initiative of acquiring Parse will be a part of partnership program in developing Facebook apps for other mobile operating systems and platforms.
Facebook is expecting more users via mobile devices. Hope their new open graph will be useful to Facebook user to share, like and write through mobile devices.
Many tech celebrities like Matt Cutts, who is web spam team head of Google has already tweeted about the story.
Congrats to Parse on their acquisition! goo.gl/kIxTn (disclosure: I'm an investor)
— Matt Cutts (@mattcutts) April 26, 2013