The configuration of a progressive web app (PWA) is mainly done in the manifest.json file. As usual, we, Ionic developers are lucky guys because this file is already configured for us. This tutorial focuses on understanding how this file impacts our PWA.
Posts in category Firebase
Most applications stock information so user’s can leave and come back later. In the past we only had one option: stocking the data in a separate folder on the server side. In this tutorial we explore the new way to easily stock our data using Firebase’s Storage Service and skip all the DevOps rules.
This tutorial is similar to the one on the AWS API Gateway. At the end you will be able to choose between the AWS or the Firebase way. Firebase has many services we can use like Authentication, Real-Time Database, Crash Reports, etc. If we want something custom, Cloud Functions for Firebase allows us to create our own functions and call them in our […]
After the previous articles on AWS, a similar technology was left behind: Firebase. This technology is ******* amazing. So much power that is given to us and you will understand one part of it at the end of this tutorial. Today we create a Real-Time TODO application using AngularFire2, unlike other traditional TODO apps this one can be edited by […]