Nevertheless it's pretty straightforward - here's the parse specific code. The colors can be selected by scheme, label, name, code and key parameters.
It needs a few basic utility functions as used all over on this site from the mcpher shared library, and you would also need to create a function to get your own parse.com keys that would look something like this
It's worth a few words on the queryArray() function of the cParseCom object. In order to harmonize the number of fetches required to get a lot of data between parse and scriptdb (so they can be compared), I'm using this method to handle getting the data in batches, up to the limit specified. This also gets over any default limits by either approach. Here's the code - its simply returns an array of size (limit) or everything matching if limit is 0. It handles the batching up process in the same way as its equivalent in the scriptDB silo object.
Here's a live query. You can get jSonp also by specifying a callback parameter. This will get the first two entries from the dulux color scheme, using parse.com as the provider
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