- Creating a new project and app
- Installing Firebase CocoaPods
- Configuring authentication with Firebase
- Building the Firebase authentication UI
- Configuring data storage with Firebase Realtime Database
- Storing files in Cloud Storage
- Working with data from Firestore
Skill Level Advanced
- [Instructor] If your app needs a user login, and the ability to store data on a server while being cross-platform, Firebase is a great option. Firebase allows you to add these and other services quickly and easily. You can allow users to create accounts with email and password or through existing accounts like Google, Facebook, and Twitter. Then their data can be stored online, including files like photos. In my LinkedIn Learning course, we'll learn how to add four Firebase services to a project, user authentication, cloud storage, for storing files, and both options for database, the real-time database and the new Cloud Firestore.
I'm Bear Cahill, and I'm looking forward to showing you how to add online functionality to your app.
Learning Firebase Cloud Messaging for Androidwith Joe Marini52m 49s Intermediate
1. Getting Started with Firebase
2. User Accounts and Authentication
3. Firebase Realtime Database and Cloud Storage
4. Firebase with Firestore Database
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