How To Migrate a Parse App to Parse Server on Ubuntu 16.04.?

Posted August 24, 2016 2.7k views
MongoDBLet's EncryptUbuntu 16.04

The existing tutorial by digital ocean works fine for Ubuntu 14.04 but with Ubuntu 16.04 i am facing certain issues with MongoDB after encrypting with Let’s Encrypt

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  • What issues are you facing? We’re happy to help you work around any issues and get Parse server working on 16.04 but you’ll have to let us know what problems you’re having. What error messages are you getting? What part of the MongoDB configuration are you getting stuck at? without these details, helping you resolve the problems will be much more difficult.

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Sorry to see that your question hasn’t received an answer yet. Unfortunately, after this much time, it is unlikely that an answer for this specific question will be provided. For people still landing here via search, check out this tutorial. It shows you how to get up and running with Parse Server:

by Brennen Bearnes
Parse is a Mobile Backend as a Service platform which is shutting down in January of 2017; fortunately, Parse has released an open source API called Parse Server. Parse Server is under active development, and seems likely to attract a large developer community. It can be be deployed to a range of environments running Node.js and MongoDB. This guide focuses on migrating a pre-existing Parse application to a standalone instance of Parse Server running on Ubuntu 14.04.