The most amazing feature of Parse Server is that it’s accessible for developers of all skill levels.

Personally, I started playing around with Objective-C in 2012.

Parse was a way for me to build a complete online app, without having the in-depth knowledge of how to build networking, storage, user systems, etc.

The more I built with Parse, the more I learnt JavaScript, which has fortunately allowed me to contribute to Parse Server.

Although it might seem daunting, contributing to our great open-source project is encouraged to all developers, and in this blog post, I’m going to give you an insight as to how.

A security issue was recently disclosed for Node.js. This affects versions of node starting at the 4.x line, all the way through 8.x.

As it stands security updates were released a week ago and are currently available for all active release lines (including 7.x). We highly recommend you update your implementations to patch this issue (assuming you haven’t already).

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