Firebase is a capable cloud system that you can use for a variety of projects. In this video, learn how to set up Firebase to use with your app.
Now that we've created a Firebase account, … and created our first project … through the Firebase website, … it's time to get set up for Android. … If you're only using Flutter to make IOS apps, … then you can skip this lesson … and proceed to the next lesson, … where we set up for IOS. … So, first let's add our Android app, … and you can see the little Android symbol here. … And we're going to have to figure out … what our Android package name is. … So, how do we find this? … Well, as it suggests, … it's in the app-levelbuild.gradle file, … and it's under something called application Id. … So, if we head back into our project, … and we open up the Android folder in our project, … and make sure that we're in the project view, … then if we go into the app folder, … and we go into the build.gradle … that's inside the app folder, … and not the one that's … in the project, … well, then we end up here. … And if we look through here … then you'll find your application Id. … And this is what we need to supply to Firebase. …
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- Refactoring routes
- Customizing Flutter animations
- Setting up a Firebase project
- Authenticating users with FirebaseAuth
- Streaming data from Firestore