Category: Android

Getting Started with Firebase Crashlytics on Android

Some form of crash reporting in any app doesn’t only help. It’s essential. Not knowing when and where crashes occur in your app by your users can be very destructive. It can lead to uninstalls, bad reviews, and you’re not going to get much success out of that. So what does a crash reporting service need…
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Getting Started with Firebase Cloud Storage on Android

Cloud Storage can be real frustrating if you don’t know what you’re doing. Thankfully, Firebase simplifies it down to as simple as it can be. We’ll go over why you’d want to use Firebase Cloud Storage over other cloud storage services, and the different ways to go about it. As with my other tutorials, this…
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Getting Started with Cloud Firestore on Android

Let me just get this out there. Firestore is amazing. I only found out about it recently and it is new (it’s still in beta as of now) but its documented structure is ingenious! Now I see it as an almost definite replacement to the Realtime Database. By the way, out of topic as it may…
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Getting started with Firebase Realtime Database on Android

Cloud Firestore may be out (in its beta) and it does look to be overshadowing its little brother, but there are a number of good reasons to stick to the Realtime Database. For instance, Realtime Database is just better than Firestore at being “realtime”. If you want to find out more about that, you should…
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How to Integrate Firebase into your Android app

Firebase is a very powerful tool. With the many services it offers, I use it to increase user engagement and experience by manipulating the various tools it offers. This includes real-time cloud databases and storage, as well as seamless authentication for good user experience connecting to the cloud. I also use Firebase to increase development…
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