|Target platform(s)||iOS, macOS, Web|
Application developers can utilize CloudKit for integrated access to Apple’s iCloud servers into iOS and macOS applications. The framework provides authentication, a private database, a public database and structured asset storage services allowing developers to focus on client-side development. It is the foundation for both iCloud Storage and iCloud Photo Library.
CloudKit also offers several APIs to access the iCloud Storage, where a user can store data and files so that they can be easily accessible from other devices.
Developers claim that this framework "replaces back-end web services like old-school databases, file storage and user authentication systems."
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