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 ...

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