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To use parse, head on over to the releases page, and download the latest build. Notice the API docs aren't totally up to date when it comes to latest Swift signature of the methods and more importantly regarding Push Notifications which are no longer supported by Parse server, keep an eye on its repo Other Installation Options Copyright (c) 2015-present, Parse, LLC. This source code is licensed under the BSD-style license found in the LICENSE file in the root directory of this source tree.
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A library that gives you access to the powerful Parse cloud platform from your i OS or OS X app.
For more information about Parse and its features, see the blog and public documentation. Take a look at the public documentation & API and start building.
It happens quite often that we encounter errors while trying to run an update in Ubuntu.
There are several type of errors and in this post we will see how to solve some of the most common errors encountered during update of packages in Ubuntu. An unresolvable problem occurred while initializing the package information.
If you are deploying the dashboard behind a load balancer or front-facing proxy, then the app won't be able to detect that the connection is secure.
In this case, you can start the dashboard with the option (or set the PARSE_DASHBOARD_TRUST_PROXY config var to 1) to rely on the X-Forwarded-* headers for the client's connection security.
Parse Server; var Parse Dashboard = require('parse-dashboard'); var allow Insecure HTTP = false var api = new Parse Server(); var dashboard = new Parse Dashboard(, allow Insecure HTTP); var app = express(); // make the Parse Server available at /parse app.use('/parse', api); // make the Parse Dashboard available at /dashboard app.use('/dashboard', dashboard); var http Server = require('http').create Server(app); http Server.listen(4040); urls will not work.
You can use anything you want as the app name, or leave it out in which case the app ID will be used.
After starting the dashboard, you can visit in your browser: You can also start the dashboard from the command line with a config file.
If you haven’t done so already, before progressing too far here, take a moment to read through my first post as it describes many of the fundamental differences that exist between the two module architectures.
Boiling it down to the most simplistic terms: the key difference between Common JS and ES6 modules comes down to when the shape of the module is known and can be used by code.
In order to securely deploy the dashboard without leaking your apps master key, you will need to use HTTPS and Basic Authentication.