What is the different between Parse-server and Parse-server-example on ParsePlatform on GitHub?

I am doing migration from my Parse hosted applications to ParseServer running on AWS or Heroku slowly.

The Heroku “guide to deploy to Heroku and MongoLab” uses “Parse-server-example” on GitHub while the ParseServer wiki mentions cloning “Parse-server” instead. In particular, “Parse-server” repository does not contain the “cloud\main.js” file which is the cloud function file.

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  • One Solution collect form web for “What is the different between Parse-server and Parse-server-example on ParsePlatform on GitHub?”

    You should clone the “parse-server-example” since it sounds like you need a starter project to run locally. Then you can start adding your existing Parse code to this new project.

    The “parse-server” repository contains the source code for the Parse Server npm package, which is used by the “parse-server-example” to run a server.

    Git Baby is a git and github fan, let's start git clone.