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Firebase Cookbook

By : Houssem Yahiaoui
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Firebase Cookbook

By: Houssem Yahiaoui

Overview of this book

Do you feel tired just thinking or even hearing about backend technologies, authentication or the tedious task of deployment? Firebase is here to change the way you develop and make your app a first-class citizen of the cloud. This books takes a solution based approach by providing you recipes that would help you understand the features of Firebase and implement them in your existing web or mobile applications. We start-off by creating our first Firebase application and integrating its services into different platforms and environments for mobile as well as web applications. Then we deep dive into Real-time Database and Firebase Storage that allows your users to access data across various devices with realtive ease. With each chapter you will gradually create the building blocks of your application from securing your data with Firebase Rules to authenticating your users with O-Auth. Moving along we would explore modern application development techniques such as creating serverless applications with Firebase Cloud Functions or turning your traditional applications into progressive apps with Service workers. Finally you will learn how to create cross-platform mobile apps, integrate Firebase in native platforms, and learn how to monetize your mobile applications using Admob for Android and iOS.
Table of Contents (15 chapters)
Firebase Cloud FireStore

Adding dynamic behavior using Firebase Remote Config

Remote Config is one of the hottest features of Firebase and lets us play with all the different application configurations without too much of a headache. By a headache, we mean the process of building, testing, and publishing, which usually takes a lot of our time, even if it's just to fix a small float number that might be wrong. So in this recipe, we're going to see how we can use Firebase Remote Config within our application.

Getting ready

In case you didn't choose the functionality by default when you created your application, please head to your build.gradle and Podfile and uncomment the Firebase Remote Config line in both files or in the environment...