Kinvey (pronounced Kin-vey, like convey) makes it ridiculously easy for developers to setup, use and operate a cloud backend for their mobile apps. They don't have to worry about connecting to various cloud services, setting up servers for their backend, or maintaining and scaling them.
This node module makes it very easy to connect your Node.js app with Kinvey.
To use the library, sign up for Kinvey if you have not already done so. Go to the sign up page, and follow the steps provided.
You can add the library in three ways. The recommended way to add the module to your project is adding a dependency to
The module will be installed when updating your project:
Alternatively, you can install the module directly from the command line:
npm install kinvey
Finally, you can also clone the repository and create a symbolic link to the module:
git clone email@example.com:Kinvey/kinvey-nodejs.git cd kinvey-nodejs npm link
Now, the library is available for use in your project. Import the library in your code using
require. Next, use
Kinvey.init to configure your app:
var Kinvey = ;Kinvey;
You can use the following snippet to verify the app credentials were entered correctly. This function will contact the backend and verify that the library can communicate with your app.
You are now ready to start building your awesome apps! Next we recommend diving into the User guide or Data store guide to learn more about our service, or explore the sample apps to go straight to working projects.
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