You probably read the announcement that Parse.com is closing its hosting service. This is probably a good time to look at firebase, but if you are using my dbabstraction library, you can change to some other backend with a simple change to how you open the database. All the other query and other code remains exactly the same , regardless of the backend.
MongoLab provide a free tier if if you want to have a go at MongoDB.
You are probably getting the database handle using some code like this. Here I'm picking up my parse api keys from a property store, and getting a handle for my table called 'ColorTable'.
If you want to change to use mongo instead, all you have to do is this - include a different driver library.
The rest of your app is probably doing some queries, saves etc, but none of that needs to change.
I've just migrated one of my tables - about 6000 rows over. Once you've got your credentials from both Parse and Mongolab, save them to your property store.
And here's all you have to do, after creating a database using the mongolab dashboard.
17 seconds later I've switched over to Mongolab!
You can get the keys of all my libraries here
For this example you'll need
Here's a few slides on copying between databases from the Do something useful with GAS in 5 minutes series
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