In this final video, you’ll gain an overview of the things you learned and also be pointed on where to go next.
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Brian is an instructor at Razeware who develops courses and screencasts on a wide variety of topics of iOS development. When not teaching, Brian plays board games, studies aikido, and tries to keep up with his wife and two kiddos.
You’ve learned how to get a list of currently online users. Your final challenge in this course is to display a user count to the end user.
Firebase has the ability to allow you to display online user information. This isn’t an API. It’s just a clever use of references.
When creating a new user account, users will expect to be automatically logged into the system. Your challenge is to make it happen.
Once you have user accounts created, you have to login those users. This video will cover the process of handling user login.
When working user registration systems, you’ll encounter lots of errors. This challenge will introduce to the process of handling them.
When making a user account system, users will need to create accounts. This video will walk you through the process.
Working with Firebase, you’ll be required to enable keychain sharing. Curious about the keychain? Watch on to find out about it.
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.