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Ryan
Ryan@ryandawidjan · product+biz NYC
Kimono has some competition now
Serge Toarca
Serge Toarca@stoarca · CEO, ParseHub
@ryandawidjan Thanks Ryan. Would love to hear any feedback (positive or negative) you have about ParseHub.
Serge Toarca
Serge Toarca@stoarca · CEO, ParseHub
Hi, one of the founders of ParseHub here. I'd love to answer any questions you may have.
Jack Smith
Jack SmithPro@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@stoarca why did you decide to build it within a firefox/browser infrastructure vs a standalone app, like import.io does?
Ryan
Ryan@ryandawidjan · product+biz NYC
@_jacksmith "ParseHub runs as a Firefox extension. Of the two most popular browsers (Firefox and Chrome), Firefox has a far more flexible extension platform. That allows us to build much better software. Some features that are essential to ParseHub are simply not possible to build in Chrome. " Had same question as well
Jack Smith
Jack SmithPro@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@ryandawidjan sure. I wasn't actually asking why Firefox vs Chrome. More why browser vs native app, like import.io
Serge Toarca
Serge Toarca@stoarca · CEO, ParseHub
@_jacksmith We have the goal of moving to a standalone app eventually. But it's easier to ship just an extension, so we did that for V1.
David Bailey
David Bailey@davesuperman · Entrepreneur, Product Manager, Investor
I've been playing about with ParseHub all day and I have to say GREAT JOB TEAM. It's turned a non-techie into a superhuman in less than a day.