The root entity is a
User can create one or more
Sites (limitations my apply if your instance supports payment plans).
Site, Model and Field have a
Name property. It must be unique:
Site — belonging to one
Model — belonging to one
Field — belonging to one
When user creates a
Field and sets its
nameId property is generated — it comes out of name by replacing special symbols. It it unique — it is ensured by adding
_increment postfix if it needs. If user renames site (model, field), its
nameId property stays the same.
nameId is created using this pattern (an owner's email used):
A function for email filtering :
encodeURIComponent(email) .replace(/[!'()*.~_-]/g, c => '%' + c.charCodeAt(0).toString(16) ) .replace(/%/g, `_`);
Content Items are stored in tables, there is one created for each
Model. A table's name forms when user creates a model by this pattern:
Table fields have same names as
If you want to delete a field, you should add disabled option to it first via the
Model editing UI or via Parse-Dashboard.
You can't delete a
Model while there are content items of its type. You should delete them first.
You can delete a whole
Site, with its