In this tutorial, we’ll learn how to work with Firebase push notifications in the backend and frontend. We’ll set up the notifications system with an Express back-end server. Afterwards, we’ll listen for the notifications in a React front-end app.
In this article, based on my experience with creating a GPS and navigation application, I will show you how to create a mobile app using Expo and Firebase services such as Firestore, Firebase functions and Expo push notifications.
In this article, we’ll cover key concepts for authenticating a user with Firebase in a real-time chat application. We’ll integrate third-party auth providers (e.g. Google, Twitter and GitHub) and, once users are signed in, we’ll learn how to store user chat data in the Firebase Realtime Database, where we can sync data with a NoSQL cloud database.
In this article, you will learn how to store, retrieve, and update user-generated data with Firebase. At the end of this article, we will have built a to-do Android app that saves and retrieves the different to-do items in a database, using a database service provided by Firebase.
In this tutorial, we’ll create a simple PWA built on React and Firebase. The app will display a list of ideas. We’ll be able to add and delete ideas to and from the list, and it will work offline as well.
Firebase is an all-in-one backend as a service provider (BaaS) that provides database, authentication, cloud storage among their many services. In this tutorial you're going to learn how to use Firebase Real Time Database service in React application.
This tutorial dives into using Redux on top of React and Firebase for state management. You will exchange React’s local state (e.g. users on admin page, messages on home page) and React’s context (e.g. session management for authenticated user) with Redux.
In this intermediate React.js tutorial, we create a clone of the popular note-taking application Evernote. This app will allow us to create notes with a full text editor, and update live to a database using Firebase.
Learn how to install expo-firebase-messaging in your app, then send a data-only message to your app using the terminal bash. We plan to add support for Firebase in Expo, but this will take some time, until then here is how you can get started using notifications outside of Expo. Expo-Firebase is a port of the popular library react-native-firebase, which enables you to use all the great native Firebase features in React Native.
Learn how to use native Firebase features in an ejected ExpoKit project. You will need an Apple computer to use XCode 🤷♀️ sorry windows users. We plan to add support for Firebase in Expo, but this will take some time, until then here is how you can integrate some Firebase libraries with Expo.
Complex services like Dynamic Links, Invites, Crashlytics, Notifications/Messaging, would require a follow up video. Leave a comment if you wanna see these tutorials 💙
Learn how to use native Firebase features in an ejected ExpoKit project. You can use any computer to set this up! We plan to add support for Firebase in Expo, but this will take some time, until then here is how you can integrate some Firebase libraries with Expo.
You’ll build a fully featured, production ready chat client on top of Google Cloud's serverless infrastructure and Firebase's realtime data store. Oh, and to keep you company, we’ll build a bot to talk to that is occasionally too real.
Build full-stack applications leveraging your React skills on top of Google's Firebase platform! You'll get hands-on experience building a real-world application from the ground up and deploying it to the cloud.
In this episode of React Native Radio, the panel talks to Elliot Hesp and Mike Diarmid, who are a part of the React Native Firebase team. They talk about what they do in their day jobs, how people used Firebase prior to the library being created, what Firebase is, and why you would want to use it. They also touch on types of applications you should and should not use with Firebase, their past experiences working on open source projects, how these past projects have impacted how they work on the React Native Firebase project, and more!