Firebase has many different authentication methods available to you. In this video, you'll learn how to setup email authentication.
In the introduction to section 2 of this course, this video introduces you to Firebase's registration system which you'll use to register and log-in users.
This video concludes the first section on Firebase. It reviews what was covered, and what is coming up next.
You'll often times need to get specific information from the database. This video will introduce you to query methods.
The third early access release iOS 11 by Tutorials is now available — find out how to get your copy!
270 attendees and 59 speakers recently descended upon Denver, Colorado to take part in the annual 360iDev conference. 360iDev 2017 had much to choose from; with seven workshops on Sunday and a whopping 58 sessions over the next three days to choose from, it was easy to find find a mix of sessions tailored to […]
In this tutorial, you will learn how to configure UIGestureRecognizer objects and also create custom ones in code.
In your third and final challenge of this section, you'll delete some data using an alternative method briefly discussed in a previous video.
Nothing lasts forever. Especially data. In this video, you'll learn how to update data, but also, how to delete it.
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Check out the latest news from the Swift Algorithm Club, including an update on the Swift 4 migration, and a new data structure added to the repo!
In your next challenge, you'll read some data from Firebase. I'll get you started and you'll finish the rest.
Saving data is one part of the equation. You also have to read it back. This video will show you how to do that with Firebase.
Saving data in Firebase is handled by references. In this video, you'll set values to references and same them Firebase.
References are what you use to save and read data to Firebase. In this video, you'll learn how to use references in your Swift app.