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Farouk Charkas
Farouk Charkas
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What causes this mis-run? (Part 2)

Thanks to Seth Kroger , I was able to finish Step 1 of my project but when I added Step 2, my code started acting up again. This is my code:

<center><b><i><u><h1><font color="green">
<head> Welcome to Evergreen!
<title>  Evergreen
<script src="http://www.parsecdn.com/js/parse-1.6.7.min.js"></script>
<body bgcolor="white">
 <div id="main">
    <div style="display:none" class="error">
      Looks like there was a problem saving the test object. Make sure you've set your application ID and javascript key correctly in the call to <code>
Parse.initialize</code> in this file.

 <ul id = "list-all-the-facts-given">


  <script type="text/javascript">
    Parse.initialize("uZXJE7ChTK3XMvs3Nsf8hE5ivHWiGLpEimGAnUp1", "zJ9PQfiin6ZY9FXSqxFvYmuA9uOhsRz64jTWoExL");

 function getInformation() {
  var output = "";
  var query = new Parse.Query( SomeFacts );
  query.find({ success: function( results ) {
   for (var i in results) {
    var theInformation = results[i].get("actualInformation");
    output += "<li>";
    output += "<p>" + theInformation +  "</p>";
    output += "</li>";

  }, error: function( error ) {
    alert("There was an error, this error is " + error.message );
 var SomeFacts = Parse.Object.extend("SomeFacts");
 var theFacts = new SomeFacts();
 var supplyInfo = prompt("Enter information:  ");
 theFacts.set( "actualInformation" , supplyInfo );
 theFacts.save(null, {
   success: function(theFacts) {
     alert('New object created with objectId=: ' + theFacts.id);
   error: function(theFacts, error) {
     alert('Failed to create new object, with error code: ' + error.message);


1 Answer

Couple of things to get you going:

var query = new Parse.Query( SomeFacts );

should be

var query = new Parse.Query("SomeFacts");

you aslo need to add the script for jquery like you have for parse.

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-2.1.4.min.js"></script>