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built.io vs Cloudmine: What are the differences?

What is built.io? Idea to app in record time. Built.io Backend is an mBaaS that allows you to avoid designing, building, and supporting a custom backend for your mobile & web applications. Enterprises can dramatically reduce cost, lower risk and accelerate time-to-market for apps.

What is Cloudmine? Build & Scale Your Apps In Less Time. Whether you're building something from scratch or need to unlock legacy data, CloudMine frees you of managing a backend and lets you focus on developing great apps for the web and mobile devices across all platforms.

built.io and Cloudmine can be primarily classified as "Mobile Backend" tools.

Some of the features offered by built.io are:

  • SDKs for JavaScript, iOS and Android
  • Targeted push notifications to user segments that matter
  • Geolocation so you can trigger location-based actions

On the other hand, Cloudmine provides the following key features:

  • iOS, Android, JS
  • Content Distribution
  • Geo Queries & DB Support
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    What is built.io?

    Built.io Backend is an mBaaS that allows you to avoid designing, building, and supporting a custom backend for your mobile & web applications. Enterprises can dramatically reduce cost, lower risk and accelerate time-to-market for apps.

    What is Cloudmine?

    Whether you're building something from scratch or need to unlock legacy data, CloudMine frees you of managing a backend and lets you focus on developing great apps for the web and mobile devices across all platforms

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