[Notice that the Parse Service has been shut down in Jan 2017, but you can use the Open Source Parse Server software ]
Two Tutorials about BackboneJS/Parse Apps
This 5-part tutorial shows how to build front-end web applications with BackboneJS and the Parse.com cloud services platform.
- Using the BackboneJS/Parse Platform for Building a Minimal Web App in Seven Steps
- Building a BackboneJS/Parse Web App with Constraint Validation
An introductory tutorial about developing a BackboneJS/Parse web app with minimal effort
In this first part of our 5-part tutorial we summarize the web's foundations and show how to build a BackboneJS/Parse web application with minimal effort in seven steps.
A medium-level tutorial about developing a BackboneJS/Parse web app with constraint validation
This tutorial shows how to build a simple BackboneJS/Parse application with constraint validation. The minimal BackboneJS/Parse app that we have discussed in the first part of this 5-part tutorial has been limited to support the minimum functionality of a data management app only. However, it did not take care of preventing the users from entering invalid data into the app's database. In this second part of the tutorial we show how to express integrity constraints in a Parse/BackboneJS model class, and how to perform constraint validation both in the app's model layer and in its user interface.