What is Jungle and what are its top alternatives?
Top Alternatives to Jungle
Forest Admin does all the heavy lifting of building the admin panel of your web application and provides an API-based framework to implement all your specific business processes. ...
It is faster and more energy efficient than other browsers. Handy tools help you save, find, and share your favorite sites. Built-in privacy features help keep your browsing your business. ...
A Parse.com API compatible router package for Express. Read the announcement blog post here: http://blog.parse.com/announcements/introducing-parse-server-and-the-database-migration-tool/. Read the migration guide here: https://parse.com/docs/server/guide#migrating ...
React Native Firebase
RNFirebase is a light-weight layer sitting on-top of the native Firebase libraries for both iOS and Android which mirrors the Firebase Web SDK as closely as possible. ...
Adept Scale works by ingesting and processing an application’s syslog drain. With a few parameters found in the settings section, the Adept Scale calculation algorithm will recommend dyno usage and will scale your dynos if necessary. ...
is a hosted service for auto-scaling both web- and worker dynos. The service supports practically any worker library across all programming languages through an abstract interface. ...
Nezumi for Heroku
Manage your Heroku apps on the go.
Djangae (djan-gee) is a Django app that allows you to run Django applications on Google App Engine, including (if you want to) using Django's models with the App Engine Datastore as the underlying database. ...
Jungle alternatives & related posts
- Quick setup2
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- Made by the best Guys in the world1
- Better integration with nerds1
- Awesome for developers1
- Has Mac Extensions1
- Shows advanced tracking controls1
- Better privacy1
- Has fingerprinting1
- More secure1
- More secure1
- Way faster than edge1
- Tracks your every move2
- No PWAs2
- Webkit based1
- Stingy Apple product1
- Doesn't work on Windows1
- Not cross-platform1
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I created a Squarespace website with multiple blog pages. I discovered that the native Squarespace commenting tool is not currently capable of letting people subscribe to my blog pages if they are using Google Chrome or Safari! I then discovered that Disqus email verification doesn't work with Yahoo Mail. I also hate that there's no way to turn off that email verification (which I don't need since I moderate all comments anyway). So I want to use a different commenting system. I've read some good things about Commento. Three questions: (1) will it work on a Squarespace site? (I'll pay a developer to integrate it for me) (2) Does it have its own issues/elements that don't work smoothly, similar to the other two? (3) Is there another plugin I should be considering for my Squarespace site?
My main concern is:
- Browser support - Desktop - needs to support Google Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Microsoft Edge (minimum)
- Browser support - Mobile - Safari and Chrome (minimum)
- App - Android and iOS
If possible i would like to avoid using another tool for mobile (like Appium)
What do you use? What is the one you recommend (even another from the ones mentioned)
Thank you very much for your help!
- Open Source12
- Well documented6
- Easy setup, easy api, Fast,more platforms,realtime4
- No vendor lock-in2
- Backed by People2
- Friendly contributor community1
- No guarantee (comes as is)1
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- Well supported2
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- Github Interaction1
- Easy access and effective access to Heroku apps1
- Great 24/7 Support0