Firebase Realtime Database is a cloud-hosted database that helps us to store and sync data with NoSQL cloud database in realtime to every connected client. In this tutorial, we’re gonna look at way to read/write data in an Android App.
In previous post, we had built a simple register/login Android App using Firebase Email & Password authentication. Now we can let users authenticate with Firebase using Google Accounts by integrating Google Sign In into Android App.
In previous post, we have known way to implement Sign up, Sign in/out, Verify Email. Today, we continue to take a look at way to send Reset Password Email in case User forgot Password.
*Note: This tutorial bases on code in related post:
Firebase Authentication – How to Sign Up, Sign In, Sign Out, Verify Email | Android
We just add an Activity to App for handling Reset Password Email and some statements to old code for logic.
Firebase Authentication provides backend services, easy-to-use SDKs, and ready-made UI libraries to authenticate users to your app. In this tutorial, we’re gonna build a simple register/login Android App using Firebase Email & Password authentication.
Firebase Authentication – Google Sign In | Android
In the article Firebase Cloud Messaging – How to Send Upstream Messages, we have created an Android App that can send Upstream Messages. Today, we’re gonna look at way to create a Spring Boot Application Server that can receive those Upstream Messages with Spring Integration.
In some Firebase Cloud Messaging tutorials, we have known way to receive Messages. Today we’re gonna look at how to send Upstream Messages from an Android Client App.
In the article Firebase Cloud Messaging – How to Subscribe TOPIC & Receive Messages | Android, we have created an Android App that can subscribe/unsubscribe specific TOPIC and receive Message Data, but we used Firebase Notification Console GUI to generate Notification. Today, we’re gonna look at way to create a Spring Boot Application Server that can make message and push notification to Android Client via Firebase.
FCM Topic Messaging helps us to send a message to multiple devices that have subscribed to a particular TOPIC. We compose topic messages, then FCM handles routing and delivering the messages to devices. In this tutorial, we’re gonna look at way to subscribe TOPIC, receive Messages, then unsubscribe in an Android App Client.
Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) is a cross-platform messaging solution that help us deliver messages reliably at no cost. In this tutorial, we’re gonna look at way to receive Messages in an Android App using FCM.
Firebase is a mobile and web application development platform developed by Google. We can build our apps very fast, without making complex back-end system. It helps to scale automatically, for even the largest apps. In this tutorial, we’re gonna go through the steps to integrate Firebase into Android App with Android Studio Enviroment.