Posted June 15, 2019 07:17:51The last time we wrote about the need for a PPC-powered platform was last year, when we covered how a new open source platform called Parse was bringing the web and PPC to the masses.
Parse is now more than two years old, and it still doesn’t support the web as a platform, but it is a clear winner over Webpack and Gulp.
Parce has made a lot of progress in the last year as it’s gotten better at supporting the web, and that progress is helping it compete with other open source platforms.
Today, Parce is rolling out Parse 2.0.
This is a big step forward for Parce, which is now shipping its PPC toolkit as part of its own package.
The toolkit includes a handful of features that Parce already supports in the core package:It also makes Parce a lot easier to port from Webpack, which means Parce can run on top of a variety of web frameworks like Angular, React, Ember, and others.
Parces SDK is now included in its own version of the Parce webpack-dev-server, and you can find it in the Parces directory.
This means that you can port your Parce app to any PPC library and build it with Parce.
This means that your Parc code won’t need to be updated to support a new platform.
The Parce SDK is also a bit different from Parce’s webpack configuration.
It’s built into Parce itself, so you don’t have to install it yourself.
Instead, Parc will run on any webpack project, regardless of the platform it’s built for.
And since Parc is a very low-level library, it’s not that hard to add in a webpack plugin that adds Parce support to your project.
Here’s how you can get started:Parce 1.x.x is supported.
Parc 2.x and beyond are not supported.
This is an overview of the differences between Parce 2.1 and Parce 1, which you can download from the Parc GitHub repo:You can check out the new Parce documentation in the docs directory.