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Best Tutorials: How to Set Up and Use Cloud Code in Your own Parse Server

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Here's a quick tutorial detailing how to set up Cloud Code in your own Parse Server and connect it to your Xcode (iOS) application! This tutorial is quick, easy, and ANYBODY can understand it and follow along (NO experience required!) If you'd like to see how we got our app and Parse Server set up, go check out the last video (link below) and after you've set it up, come back to set up Cloud Code! If you have any questions, go ahead and ask in the comments. I will likely respond in less than an hour. If you'd like to request another tutorial video, leave me a comment! PREVIOUS VIDEO (Set up Server and Connect to Xcode app): https://youtu.be/XaZTtERKNbM If you liked this video, give it a thumbs up and leave some feedback in the comments! Thanks and ill see you in the next video.
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Israel Meshileya (11 months ago)
cool and so simple
Lauren Taylor (2 years ago)
hi, I am getting this error [Error]: Failed to run command eventually with error: Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=3840 "JSON text did not start with array or object and option to allow fragments not set." UserInfo={NSDebugDescription=JSON text did not start with array or object and option to allow fragments not set.}, but the code has to be different with Swift 3, so how would I change it so that it will work?
Baylor Mitchell (2 years ago)
Lauren Taylor can you send me a link to your main.js?
Lauren Taylor (2 years ago)
Baylor Mitchell it is the same, I don't really know what the problem is. Oh and by the way thank you for this tutorial
Baylor Mitchell (2 years ago)
Lauren Taylor That means that there is an error in your cloud code. Make sure it is exactly the same as video. (i.e. braces, semicolons, etc.)
R Y (2 years ago)
Hi, thanks for the tutorial. I have a question though. I have public git repo. If I am connecting it and putting app master key and server info in index.js, is it safe?
R Y (2 years ago)
Baylor Mitchell (2 years ago)
R Y if it is public, other people can view your keys. So it is not safe. You can, however upgrade your GitHub account for a small monthly fee and receive unlimited private repositories. Private repositories are safe

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