As more people use Cloud Code, we strive to improve the tool that directly supports it, the Parse Command Line Tool. Today, we’re announcing three new features we’ve added to our command line tool:
parse default, and
As the name implies, this command helps you update the tool to its latest version. If you’ve previously updated the tool, you had to revisit the Parse docs and copy/paste this script to your terminal:
curl -s https://www.parse.com/downloads/cloud_code/installer.sh | sudo /bin/bash
This is where
parse update comes to the rescue! Now, you can update directly from version 1.3.0 or later. This feature is currently only available for Unix-based operating systems, but we’re hard at work getting it added to Windows.
This command returns the default app that will be targeted with our existing features, such as
parse releases and
parse rollback, when an app is not explicitly provided. Before this patch, you had to edit your config file and the
_default‘s link to your desired app if you wanted to leverage the default app behavior. Now, you can use
parse default [app name] to set your default app.
parse jssdk -a.
$ parse jssdk -a 1.2.17 1.2.16 1.2.15 1.2.14 * 1.2.13 1.2.12 1.2.11 ...
You’ll find the full docs here. Now, go update your command line tool and let us know what you think!