13 Feb 2013

Firebase Launches Public Beta, for Real-Time Cloud App Development

The Cloud Start-up Firebase today announced that has launched its real-time web app development service into public beta, which will interest developers.

The context that Firebase startup appeared was one where chat service Envolve served as a model. As a result, Firebase is able to make real-time infrastructure utilized from within apps, this provides developers and software applications to run at a considerable fast speeds without relying on server availability or even writing server code.

Currently there are 14,000 developers using Firebase, with an infrastructure supporting up to 250,000 users simultaneously. Examples of this fast development users include Klout and Twitch, where they have built additional features and services.

Although Firebase infrastructure is designed for web apps, it also supports mobile development with the partner Trigger.  

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