- Integrating Firebase
- Managing state in forms
- Registering users
- Logging users in and out
- Creating, editing, and deleting records from Firebase
- Filtering and searching data
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Ray] React is a great library for building user interfaces, but if you want to go beyond UIs and build web applications, you're going to need a lot more. Hey, there, this is Ray Villalobos, and in this course, I'm going to show you how to build a single page application using React and Firebase. Now this is what it looks like. You can register users, so we'll be learning about authentication and registering and login and users. And once you register a user, you can add a series of meetings, (keyboard clacking) and you can manage your meetings, as well as allow people to check into your meetings and even list any of the attendees that are going to those meetings.
So let me show you what it's like to check in a user, (keyboard clacking) there it is, and if you have multiple users in your applications, you'll be able to pick a random user, search through the different users, and also send somebody an email or assign them a star rating. Now a single page application is a website that doesn't do traditional page reloads, but where all the data is loaded and unloaded as needed by our code. These applications use concepts like routing, and in our case, we're going to incorporate a database, as well as authentication.
There's a lot to learn, but that's why you're here, so let's get started.
1. Getting Started
2. Routing and Connecting to a Database
3. Registering and Logging In Users
4. Working with Firebase Data
5. Working with Attendees
6. Filtering and Searching
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