Reginald DawsonLessons: 9Length: 39 minutes
Parse is a powerful cloud service for supplying web application back-ends. With a simple REST API, you can connect to the Parse service for saving application data both JSON structured data and media files. Facebook has recently announced that they will discontinue the Parse service, but fortunately they're providing a migration path for self-hosting the Parse server.
In this course, Envato Tuts+ instructor Reginald Dawson will show you how to use Parse to host the data for your app. You'll see how to create and log in users as well as how to save and retrieve data. Most importantly, you'll learn how to migrate a Parse application to Heroku so that it can be easily self-hosted.
1.Introduction1 lesson, 00:50
1 lesson, 00:50
2.Get Started With Parse2 lessons, 10:17
2 lessons, 10:17
2.1What Is Parse?04:51
What Is Parse?
2.2Setting Up the Project05:26
Setting Up the Project
3.Build the App4 lessons, 21:08
4 lessons, 21:08
3.2Save Data to Parse04:34
Save Data to Parse
3.3Retrieve and Display Data03:49
Retrieve and Display Data
3.4Update and Delete Data05:34
Update and Delete Data
4.Self-Hosting Parse1 lesson, 06:07
1 lesson, 06:07
5.Conclusion1 lesson, 00:43
1 lesson, 00:43
I'm a longtime Network admin who has finally moved over to coding. Skilled in web development and obsessed with frameworks (Angular, Meteor and Ionic to name a few), I am using my past experience as an instructor to help others learn to use technology.