Last Updated: 29 December, 2022
Firebase is a no-SQL database platform run by Google. It allows you to easily store JSON objects and access them from your application. Follow the below tutorials for help setting up Firebase for use in your project.
💻 iOS App Development Tutorials
SwiftUI | Easy To-Do List With Firebase
Learn how to create a To-Do list using SwiftUI and Firebase Firestore for the backend. Learn CRUD thanks to this tutorial. Using SwiftUI and Xcode 12.
Firebase Tutorial: Getting Started
Update note: Lea Marolt Sonnenschein updated this tutorial for iOS 14, Swift 5 and Xcode 12.5. David East wrote the original. Firebase is a mobile backend-as-a-service that provides powerful features for building mobile apps. Firebase has three core services: Realtime database User authentication Hosting With the Firebase iOS SDK, you can use these services to create apps without writing any server code!
Getting Started with Cloud Firestore and SwiftUI
Firebase, Google's mobile back end as a service, offers app developers capabilities that go from Analytics to Distribution, all the way to Databases and Authentication. In this tutorial, you'll learn about Cloud Firestore, a part of this suite of services, and how you can use it in conjunction with SwiftUI.
🌐 Web Development
Firebase Basics with React in Examples
Here we will be talking about creating, configuring and using Firebase in React.js application. We will take a look on user authentication basics and firestore collections. I will use React.js + Redux + Saga + Typescript + ESLint + SASS for our project. WOW!