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In this final part we'll put the cherry on top of our open-source Content Moderation Service by showing you how we've built a Image Moderation Admin App with ReactJS, how to directly clone it and integrate it to your projects. ...

In Part 2 of our series related to the open-source Content Moderation Service built with Node.js, TensorFlowJS, and ReactJS, we'll show you how we've created a Moderation Automation Engine, how to directly clone it, and integrate it to your projects. ...

In Part 1 of our series related to the open-source Content Moderation Service built with Node.js, TensorFlowJS, and ReactJS, we'll show you how we've created a an NSFW Image Classification REST API, how to directly clone it, and integrate it to your projects. ...

Set your app's shipment on the fastest route following SashiDo's Getting Started Guide! Learn everything you need to know about how to set up and run your projects on our platform without any hassle. ...

Preface Not so long ago a new major version of Parse Server was released. Version 3 includes some pretty rough breaking changes when it comes to the Cloud Code and the JavaScript SDK - Version 2 of the Parse JavaScript SDK that is used in the Cloud Code lacks some methods on the ParsePromise type, as described here. Luckily, replacing these methods should be fairly easy since the native Promises are supported in all Parse Server versions on SashiDo. In fac ...

Our team is happy to announce that once and for all you have the opportunity to replace the little bit rusty Parse Server v.2.3.3. It is time to a leap ahead into the up-to-date versions! And we're not simply giving you one new version, but whole 3 of them to choose from - v2.8.4, v.3.0.0, and the latest v.3.1.3. Let’s see some of the fresh advantages they are bringing :) Cleaner Cloud Code Improved lightweight Cloud Code syntax is a major advantage that c ...

Here at SashiDo, we know that owning an app requires keeping neat and up to date database. Therefore you certainly will need to add, update or delete records from time to time. In this tutorial, we will focus on erasing objects and files. For starters, we would like to share more details on SashiDo’s database and file storage model. The first thing to know is that we do not record the files themselves in your database directly. When an entry, holding a fi ...

We are thrilled by all of the excitement that we see around Parse Server and Cloud Code development. We have seen many Cloud Code success stories, and at the same time challenges, for the Parse and SashiDo developers. Today I would like to tell you about one significant addition to the SashiDo Platform, the Environment Variables, and the new Cloud Code Development Model. Environment Variables Every developer desires to build code that can be used in more ...

So, you have created your SashiDo app, set up some cloud code and are now wondering what would be the best way to test it. Of course, one of the obvious solutions would be to do a git push every time, then test it through the API Console, another REST client, or your app directly. However, you and I both know that there has to be a better way, right? Run a local instance of Parse Server Running a local instance of the Parse Server with your Cloud Code is t ...

Have you ever wondered how to debug or play with your cloud code in a comfortable and fast way … without any coding? Because I think it can be a huge pain. Most probably you already know that Parse Server works very well with the REST API. If you feel the need to interact with the REST easily, you have come to the right place. Let me introduce you to the SashiDo’s API Console, part of our Dashboard. In brief think of the API Console as a simpler version of ...

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