Firebase requires several platform-specific setup steps. In this video, learn how to prepare your Android project for use with Firebase.
- [Instructor] Now in the last lesson … we set up Firebase for Android, … now we can tackle setting up for iOS. … Now you'll need to be running Mac OS with Xcode … already installed to do this. … So if you're on Windows you can simple skip this lesson. … You should have already created your project … on the Firebase website … so now we're ready to add our iOS app. … And it's all going to be under the same project in Firebase … because they're going to share the same data. … So now if we click on add app and pick our iOS app … to add Firebase to then we can register our app … by providing an iOS bundle ID. … Now how do we find this? … Well if we head back into our project … and we click on our iOS project and open up the folder. … We right click on the runner folder and open it, … inside Finder, and here we're going to open up … this runner.Xcode project. … So it's the one that has a blue icon … rather than the one that has a white icon. … So it's this one and it's this one right here. …
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