Users need visual feedback for their actions, even for load screens. In this video, see how to implement a loading spinner for the login screen into your chat app.
- [Woman] So now that we're all done with authentication, … our users can register, they can log in, … they can log out, we've got all the proper … user interface set up for them. … It's time to actually move on to the chat screen, … and start saving the messages they type … in the text field here. … So that the moment they hit send, that message goes … right into our Firebase Cloud Firestore over here, … and we should be able to see it inside our database. … Now as always, there's no shortage of documentation … when it comes to Flutter and it's the same thing … with Firebase as well. … There's lots and lots of documentation on both the Flutter … package pages so this is going to be dark code … that they're showing you here. … But also, when you go onto Firebase, … and you go over to their documentation, … you'll be able to find a large amount of documentation … for all platforms, IOS, Android, Web, … and I'm sure there will be Flutter-specific documentation … coming really soon. … I bet both of those teams are working hard on it. …
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- Refactoring routes
- Customizing Flutter animations
- Setting up a Firebase project
- Authenticating users with FirebaseAuth
- Streaming data from Firestore