Firebase in a Weekend: iOS

Free Course
2 days duration

This course will teach you when and why to choose Firebase as a backend for your iOS application.

Firebase in a Weekend: iOS is a comprehensive course on Udacity that covers all aspects of Firebase development in just one weekend. On Saturday, you will learn why Firebase is the ideal choice for your iOS projects and how to create a Firebase project. You will also explore how to read and write data using Firebase Realtime Database and Authentication. On Sunday, the focus shifts to storing data efficiently and leveraging analytics to enhance user engagement. You will also delve into the world of notifications and remote configuration. Finally, on Monday, you will be introduced to Cloud Functions for Firebase and learn how to deploy them using the Firebase CLI. This will enable you to extend your mobile app's functionality with powerful server-side code. By the end of this course, you will have a solid understanding of Firebase and be able to implement it effectively in your iOS projects.

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