Sarina DuPont from Embarcadero has a blog post up where she highlights using LiveBindings to display the JSON from the BaaS components in AppMethod (and Delphi XE6 Firemonkey). Basically the TBackendQuery component has a JSONResult property that you can bind to a TMemo and see the result of your query to Kinvey or Parse. You could also do something similar with the TRESTResponse component and it’s Content or JSONValue properties. LiveBindings design time data is one way it can really help you speed up your development process. In the case of the TBackendQuery component you can actually execute the query at design time and look through the JSON which can help you when you are architecting or debugging your app. This LiveBindings trick should work in your Android, IOS, Windows, and OSX apps.
Head over and read the full post on displaying the raw JSON result from the BaaS TBackendQuery component with LiveBindings.