Anyway, I'm having a really hard time setting up a web service inside Intel XDK so I can send and retrieve objects from parse. I have watched a fairly good tutorial on envato.com, but am still not getting it.
The last few people I hired to help only started trying to figure it out while they were in front of me. That doesn't work and they couldn't help me. I need you to have done this particular task before.
I am using the Parse.rest api from inside Intel.
Another thing, the Brackets code editor which has some confusing quirks I can't figure out.
For instance, though I've included the jquery library on my html page, in my j.s file I will try an Ajax call and get an error in js hint saying the '$' undefined.
The error will only go away if I do something like var $;
But that doesn't make any sense does it?
I've attached a picture of the error I'm getting when I try the parse web service using the "Try It" button in the web services section.
I am willing to pay someone to work with me remotely on these issues.
I would also like some help with implementing facebook login because I am also stuck on that.
my email is Sade.Pilot@gmail.com
This is APICONFIG.JSON
The expert on these is on vacation this week. But I think I can guess.
In APIConfig.json, the correct value for "auth" is "key".
And the correct value for "signature" is "apiSecret"
These would have been the original values.
Then, when you use the service, you enter your API keys into the services browser in the XDK.
It doesn't even make a difference if I move the script tag to the body.
Thanks for your help by the way.
You said the expert was on vacation. When will they be back?
Do they have a direct place I can message them that you can give me?