Viewing/editing of cloud code has never been supported in open source Parse Server, and it won’t be added. Here’s why:
parse.com, the only way you could manage your Parse Cloud was through Parse.com’s dashboard. However, as you need to run a clone of the Parse Server Example repo to use Parse Server, having the cloud file editing via the dashboard is reinventing the wheel. We want users to become familiar with industry standard IDE’s, and we’d never be able to keep the dashboard’s IDE to the same standard. Plus, editing cloud code on a live server without running CI checks isn’t good practices.
If you have comments or suggestions for why you’d want this feature, please comment at #895. If you need any tips as to how to set up a CI/CD pipeline, please join the discussion.
Personally I would recommend VSCode to view and edit cloud code, create unit tests, and then add a deployment track to your GitHub actions. This way, editing cloud code happens in an industry standard IDE, and all you have to do to deploy code is push changes (you can use GitHub desktop if git is confusing). A good place to start is the Parse Server Example package.