This week in #Firebase – February 17, 2017

It’s been Valentine’s week, so let’s start This Week in Firebase with that most romantic of statements — the promise. In this case though it isn’t a promise of eternal devotion or love, but this really awesome article by Jorge Vergara on promises in JavaScript, and using them with Firebase. Great angle! The type of

This Week in #Firebase – February 10, 2017

Firebase at Google I/O and Cloud.NEXT Last year at Google I/O we launched the new Firebase, and we’re continuing to work on it. This year I/O returns to the Shoreline Ampitheater in Mountain View. The Ticket Application Window opens on February 22 at 10AM. Learn more at https://events.google.com/io/.

Auth flows with #Firebase UI on the Web

[Originally posted on Firebase Blog] Firebase Auth is a secure authentication system that allows users to sign up and sign in for your application. It allows you to use federated identity through providers, such as Facebook, Twitter, and of course – Google. When doing this, your users will demand a rich user experience, and the

This week in #Firebase – February 3, 2017

Lots of updates in the community this week (aren’t there always!) but here’s a few that caught my eye. Firebase of things First up is James Puderer who — wait for it — built a garage-door opener with a Raspberry Pi and Cloud Messaging. Wuh-what? Really? Yep. Check out his article, including some fun screenshots of his

This week in #Firebase – January 27, 2017

Google I/O 2017 Lots of great updates for you this week, starting with the announcement that Google I/O 2017 will be back at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View from May 17 to 19. We teased it with some puzzles on the Firebase and Google Developers twitter accounts, but you all figured it out way