Firebase is a database service that can give backend functionality to small and large applications.
Firebase offers three different plans, including a free one that allows real-time data upload, download limits, and storage capabilities. Firebase's free plans will allow you to connect to 100 concurrently with your app. Implementing Firebase in your application means you don't need to write any server backend code. It is compatible with both mobile and web app deployments.
In this course, we will build an app that can be used in real-time chat, which you can launch using the firebase static hosting platform and share. Share the link with your friends and family members, and then start chatting if you have just 100 concurrent connections. If you anticipate having more than 100 concurrent connections to your app, then share, you'll need the option of upgrading to a payment plan.
In this class, we will also be installed as well as using the tool Firebase CLI. This tool is employed to control and manage the firebase projects you have. The tool can be applied for a variety of tasks, including:
Log in to firebase
Firebase project to be initialized
Firebase project deployment
What you'll learn will include:
How do you connect to firebase via your app
How do you publish your app on the firebase hosting service?
How do I manage objects and store them in firebase?
How do I save data to the firebase database?
How do you hook up to real-time updates of objects with firebase
How do I use the firebase-supported providers for authentication
How do you validate the data that is sent to firebase?
How can you protect your information from unauthorized access?
Content of the Course:
Create directories with the command line tool.
Install node JSS and the Node the package manager (npm)
Install the Firebase CLI Tool
Add event listener
Add an event such as the button click element
Use querySelector method
Refer to the firebase database
Install the firebase CLI
Login to firebase
Initialize the firebase
Install the firebase app