Parse Xamarin SDK

Build powerful cross-platform apps for iOS and Android using C# and Xamarin.

Everything you need for cross platform apps in C#.

The Parse Xamarin SDK allows you to securely store data, manage users, and more in just a few lines of code. Query your structured data, geolocations, and photos without ever touching server code. With our Windows and Xamarin SDKs, you can easily share code for your apps on iOS, Android, Windows 8, and Windows Phone 8.

iOS or Android.
The choice is yours.

Whether you’re coming from the iOS world or love building full-featured Android apps, you’re in luck. You get the same great Parse functionality for both platforms.

Use the latest features of C# 5.

The Parse Xamarin SDK makes extensive use of the latest features of C# including the await and async keywords, making coding for asynchronous network calls a breeze. The framework was built from the ground up to fit naturally into a C# project.

Concentrate on the experience.

Spend time creating a wonderful user experience for your cross platform apps instead of worrying about things like networking and server maintenance. Parse lets you focus on the user.

Connect your app to the cloud.

The Parse Cloud handles your entire backend so your team can focus on making an engaging user experience. Don’t worry about databases, performance, or scaling.

Save data with ease.

Save flexible data objects to the cloud with SDKs for every platform. No servers necessary.

Work with native objects in just a few lines of code. We do all the hard work.

Learn more by reading our Documentation.

// Create a new Parse object
var post = new ParseObject("Post");
post["title"] = "Hello World";

// Save it to Parse
await post.SaveAsync();

Find exactly what you're looking for.

Send rich queries to Parse to easily fetch and filter your data.

Learn more by reading our Documentation.

// Build a query
var query = ParseObject.GetQuery("Post")
    .WhereEqualTo("author", ParseUser.CurrentUser)
    .OrderByDescending("createdAt");

// Retrieve the results
IEnumerable<ParseObject> postsByUser = await query.FindAsync();
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