I am using Parse JS SDK un conjunction with Nextjs Framework. I don’t want to call initialize() on every request, so I need to know if there’s any method or property to check if Parse is already initialized
Hi @marcelobaez. As I did it before, you can create a file and import Parse. Then initialize and export it.
Something like this:
// lib/parse-client/index.js const Parse = require("parse/node"); Parse.initialize(process.env.APP_ID, process.env.MASTER_KEY); Parse.serverURL = process.env.SERVER_URL; Parse.masterKey = process.env.MASTER_KEY; export default Parse;
And every time you need to use Prase, just import it from this file. This way, you can make sure it’s initialized.
Let me know if you had more questions.