Parse Server is an open source version of the Parse backend that can be deployed to any infrastructure that can run Node.js.
Parse Server works with the Express web application framework. It can be added to existing web applications, or run by itself.
Parse Stack = Parse server + Parse Dashboard
Clone and install the Parse Stack
git clone https://github.com/duyetdev/parse-stack.git cd parse-stack npm install
Install MongoDB or simply by
npm install -g mongodb-runner mongodb-runner start
Start Parse Stack
Access to endpoint
Connect your app to Parse Server
Parse provides SDKs for all the major platforms. Refer to the Parse Server guide to learn how to connect your app to Parse Server.
Read the full Parse Server guide here: https://github.com/ParsePlatform/parse-server/wiki/Parse-Server-Guide
How to contribute
- Fork the project on Github
- Create a topic branch for your changes
- Ensure that you provide documentation and test coverage for your changes (patches won’t be accepted without)
- Create a pull request on Github (these are also a great place to start a conversation around a patch as early as possible)
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