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Hi Everyone! I'm an iOS developer, so it's been a while since I've used front-end web technologies like JS, jQuery, etc. That being said, I'm working for a new startup that is requiring me to do front end development.

We're using Parse.com as our backend. I've used parse before for iOS apps, so I can definitely navigate myself around it and setup the database schema.

We're setting up a service so that any user (who logs in or makes an account) can create an "Event". This "event" would include a date, location, description, title, etc. I've configured the schema so that this works.

But here's the problem: I need this to be public so that once the user creates the new event, they can share that link to anyone in the world. I'm not sure how to go about doing this.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.