In this post, we will implement the Firebase database in Angular 7 project. Firebase provides a cloud-based service Firestore, it is a NoSQL database which is very fast and easy to create and maintain.
In our example app, we will have Database CRUD operations which are commonly known as Create, Delete, Update and Delete. These are the basic database operation which is used in most of the real world application. To keep out app simple to understand we will not have routing.
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In this post, we will use Firebase and Firestore’s NoSQL Database in Ionic’s latest version 4. In our tutorial, we will implement CRUD operations which stand for Create, Read, Update and Delete.
CRUD operations are some of the basic and required by most of the application dealing with database communications. Here we will use Firestore which is Google Firebase service providing Cloud-based storage services.
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In this article, we will implement Firebase Authentication service in Angular Application to enable Login/ Registration simply with Email/ Password as well as Google account.
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Firebase Real-time Databases use WebSockets to keep an eye on data changes on the server side and those changes are reflected in real time on the client side. Here we will create a simple example webpage using Firebase Real-time Database, this will be a “Hello World” type example explaining the basic method to read write and update methods available. Firebase real-time database service provides free of cost from firebase up to certain limits which you can check on their available plans.
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