You’ll find this post in your
_posts directory. Go ahead and edit it and re-build the site to see your changes. You can rebuild the site in many different ways, but the most common way is to run
jekyll serve, which launches a web server and auto-regenerates your site when a file is updated.
To add new posts, simply add a file in the
_posts directory that follows the convention
YYYY-MM-DD-name-of-post.ext and includes the necessary front matter. Take a look at the source for this post to get an idea about how it works.
Here at Parse, we are big fans of open source software and the communities which form to build things together. Parse Server, released just 47 days ago, has already seen 50 contributors join the team. It’s incredibly exciting to see this project moving so quickly, with new features being added along with many improvements and fixes. We’ve been open-minded to suggestions, and have favored accepting contributions over enforcing too many rules. The Parse eco-system is yours now, and it’s very important that you feel some ownership.
This month, developer advocates Eric and Fosco cover questions including using AWS with Parse, push notification support, the FbStart program, and much more!
Here at Parse, we believe in open source as a way of accelerating innovation, learning from our community, and collaborating on scalable solutions to hard challenges in mobile development.
Dealing with concurrency and reentrancy is one of the more difficult challenges any library will inevitably face as it grows. Here at Parse, we have put a large effort towards ensuring that anything you do with our SDKs is thread-safe, without letting performance suffer.
Our developer advocate Fosco takes on your questions – plus, don’t miss our new segments “Cloud Code Corner (or If I Were You…)” and “Did You Know?” for awesome tips, tricks, and secrets of the trade!
The Cloud Code environment is the fastest way to get some dynamic application logic running online. But as your app grows, you may want more features, like the ability to use arbitrary node.js modules or to test things locally. The Parse Hooks API makes it possible to use your own node.js server in conjunction with Parse, and today we’re launching functionality to make it even easier.
There’s really nothing like getting an idea on Friday, and having a working prototype by Monday. Many companies are started this way, and it’s what brings tens of thousands of people to hackathons every year. Parse does an incredible job in this space, offering a host of services which are easy to integrate. I want to tell you about how I built a fully-realized MVP last weekend using Parse, Heroku, and Twilio, while fitting in an overnight vacation to Santa Cruz.
In the past few months, our team has truly enjoyed hearing from you and answering your questions with our Ask Parse Anything video series.