Firebase Practice Exercises: Essential Techniques for Mastering the Framework

Here’s a short practice exercise for using Firebase:

  1. Create a new Firebase project in the Firebase console.
  2. Enable the Firebase Authentication service and configure it to allow email and password authentication.
  3. Create a simple HTML form that allows users to enter their email and password.
  4. Use the Firebase SDK to add code to your application that signs the user in using the email and password they entered in the form.
  5. Once the user is signed in, display their email address on the screen.
  6. Enable the Firebase Realtime Database service and create a new database.
  7. Write some code to read and write data to the database from your application.
  8. Test your application to make sure everything is working as expected.
  9. Optionally, add some additional features to your application, such as storing user data in the database or creating custom security rules for the database.

By completing this exercise, you’ll gain hands-on experience with some of the basic features of Firebase, including authentication and real-time databases. You can build on this foundation to create more advanced applications with Firebase’s other features, such as hosting, cloud storage, and machine learning.

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