flutter_parse library

Classes

FlutterParse
The {@code Parse} class contains static functions that handle global configuration for the Parse library.
ParseDateFormat
This is the currently used date format. It is precise to the millisecond.
ParseDecoder
A ParseDecoder can be used to transform JSON data structures into actual objects, such as ParseObject
ParseEncoder
A ParseEncoder can be used to transform objects such as ParseObject into Map data structures.
ParseFile
ParseFile is a local representation of a file that is saved to the Parse cloud. [...]
ParseGeoPoint
ParseGeoPoint represents a latitude / longitude point that may be associated with a key in a {@link ParseObject} or used as a reference point for geo queries. This allows proximity based queries on the key. [...]
ParseObject
The ParseObject is a local representation of data that can be saved and retrieved from the Parse cloud. [...]
ParseQuery<T extends ParseObject>
The ParseQuery class defines a query that is used to fetch ParseObject. The most common use case is finding all objects that match a query through the findAsync method. For example, this sample code fetches all objects of class MyClass. It calls a different function depending on whether the fetch succeeded or not.
ParseTextUtils
ParseUser
The ParseUser is a local representation of user data that can be saved and retrieved from the Parse cloud.
PointerOrLocalIdEncoder
Encoder for pointer or ParseObject.

Properties

parseDateFormat ParseDateFormat
final
parseDecoder ParseDecoder
final
parseEncoder ParseEncoder
final
pointerOrLocalIdEncoder PointerOrLocalIdEncoder
final

Exceptions / Errors

ParseException
A ParseException gets raised whenever a ParseObject issues an invalid request, such as deleting or editing an object that no longer exists on the server, or when there is a network failure preventing communication with the Parse server.