Firebase is a realtime database, authentication, and blob storage we will be using as our applications backend. In this video, learn how to use your Google account to login to Firebase and create a Firebase project.
- [Instructor] Now that our React Data project is in place,…let's work to get Firebase configured…as our backend storage and authentication service.…There are other options we could choose from,…but Firebase has the features we care about…and we won't have to host anything ourselves.…Which makes it perfect for prototyping…or setting up an app that will eventually scale.…Here at Firebase.Google.Com…you'll want to create a Google account…if you don't already have one.…Once you're logged in you can click…go to console…to take you to the Firebase console.…We want to create a new project…by clicking create new project,…and I'm going to call mine Dinder…to match the project folder we created previously.…
Click create project.…Next lets setup a user for authentication.…Enter the authentication page…and go to sign in method.…We'll click the pencil icon over email and password…and enable email and password.…Click save, now return to users.…We'll create a new user.…I like to use email@example.com…and password testtest.…Just to keep things simple.…
- Setting up your project and Firebase account
- Creating the app container
- Setting up basic navigation
- Creating a splash screen
- Creating a login screen
- Creating a match feature
- Creating a post feature
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Getting Set Up
2. Building an App
3. Create a Login Screen
4. Create a Match Feature
5. Create a Post Feature
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