Getting Started with Google Firebase

Firebase is a mobile and web application development platform is powered by Google. It gives you functionality like Analytics, Databases and Messaging. It also provides Crash Reporting, User Authentication, Test Labs, and many other features. Firebase provides very easy & simple integration steps to use these functionalities. This tutorial contains a following step by step guide for beginners to get started. It also explains, how to integrate Firebase into your Android and IOS project.

Steps to Integrate Firebase into Your Project

1. Go to Firebase Console and login to it with your existing Google or Gmail account.

2. Click on Create a Firebase Project Button, as shown in the following image.

Getting Started with Firebase & Create First Project
Create a Firebase Project

3. Enter Your Project Name. Accept Firebase Terms and press Continue as shown in following screenshot. If you are developing an App for multiple platforms, for example, Android & IOS, you only need to create 1 Project. You can add all others as a Platform into that project later.

Enter Your Firebase Project Name
Enter Your Firebase Project Name

4. In next step, you can enable or Disable Google Analytics depending on your requirements. If you enable Google Analytics, you need to add a Google Analytics Account in step 3. After disabling Analytics or adding an account, press Create Project Button. The screenshots are following.

Enable or Disable Google Analytics
Enable or Disable Google Analytics
Select or Create Google Analytics Account
Select or Create Google Analytics Account

You have successfully created your Firebase Project by following the above steps.

Now the next step is to

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