Use natural language to create, deploy, and scale apps, backend, databases, cloud functions, web pages, and APIs.
This plugin allows you to create, deploy, and scale apps, backend, databases, cloud functions, and APIs using natural language. With Back4App, you can easily build an app's backend without any coding knowledge. It provides features like database management, REST and GraphQL APIs, cloud code functions, user authentication, and access control. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced developer, this plugin simplifies the process of creating and managing the backend of your app. Say goodbye to complex coding and hello to easy app development with Back4App!
Learn how to use Back4App effectively! Here are a few example prompts, tips, and the documentation of available commands.
Prompt 1: "I want to create a new Parse App for my application."
Prompt 2: "Can you help me retrieve a list of existing Parse Apps?"
Prompt 3: "I need to call the Parse Server REST API to create classes and insert values. How can I do that?"
Prompt 4: "Help me execute a cloud code function in my Parse App."
Prompt 5: "I want to perform a query on my Parse App's database. How can I do that?"
Features and commands
|This command allows you to create a new Parse App for your application. You need to provide the name of the app as the input.|
|This command retrieves a list of existing Parse Apps. It provides you with the App ID and App Name for each app.|
|This command allows you to call the Parse Server REST API. It enables you to send requests for creating classes, inserting values, performing queries, executing cloud code functions, or any other operation supported by Parse. You need to provide the App ID and a list of requests as inputs. Each request includes the HTTP method, URL, and body.|
|This command helps you execute a cloud code function in your Parse App. You need to provide the App ID and the details of the function you want to execute.|
|This command enables you to perform a query on your Parse App's database. You need to provide the App ID and specify the details of the query, such as the class name and filters.|