A few months have passed since the retirement announcement of Parse dedicated service. If you are unfamiliar with Parse, it was a Mobile Backend as a Service which allowed you to run your backend API seamlessly and hosted in the cloud. The good news is that the replacement open source version, Parse Server, is becoming increasingly popular. Parse Server can be self-hosted on an infrastructure running Node.js and is powered by the Express web application framework.
Today, I am happy to announce the availability of a Parse Server quickstart for OpenShift Online (Next Gen). Follow along and you'll be hosting your Parse Server instance in less than 5 minutes!
Getting Started With OpenShift Online (Next Gen)
If you still don't have an account on OpenShift Online (Next Gen), then follow these easy steps:
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