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Firebase Remote Config allows you to remotely configure parts of your application by sending over data to your app which can then parse through the data and update your UI.

To get started, download the files for this project and you should find the starter file. Inside, you’ll find a simple Checkout screen application. Our goal is to use Firebase Remote Config to remotely send over a discount to the user without having to re-run the application or change our code.

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Firebase Auth

How to install Firebase authentification to your Xcode project

8:18

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Read from Firestore

Install Cloud Firestore in your application to fetch and read data from a collection

8:01

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Write to Firestore

Save the data users input in your application in a Firestore collection

5:35

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Join an Array of Strings

Turn your array into a serialized String

3:33

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Data from JSON

Load data from a JSON file into your SwiftUI application

5:08

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HTTP Request

Create an HTTP Get Request to fetch data from an API

6:31

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WKWebView

Integrate an HTML page into your SwiftUI application using WKWebView and by converting Markdown into HTML

5:25

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Code Highlighting in a WebView

Use Highlight.js to convert your code blocks into beautiful highlighted code in a WebView

5:11

9

Test for Production in the Simulator

Build your app on Release scheme to test for production

1:43

10

Debug Performance in a WebView

Enable Safari's WebInspector to debug the performance of a WebView in your application

1:57

11

Debug a Crash Log

Learn how to debug a crash log from App Store Connect in Xcode

2:22

12

Simulate a Bad Network

Test your SwiftUI application by simulating a bad network connection with Network Link Conditionner

2:11

13

Archive a Build in Xcode

Archive a build for beta testing or to release in the App Store

1:28

14

Apollo GraphQL Part I

Install Apollo GraphQL in your project to fetch data from an API

6:21

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Apollo GraphQL Part 2

Make a network call to fetch your data and process it into your own data type

6:43

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Apollo GraphQL Part 3

Display the data fetched with Apollo GraphQL in your View

5:08

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Configuration Files in Xcode

Create configuration files and add variables depending on the environment - development or production

4:35

18

App Review

Request an app review from your user for the AppStore

5:43

19

ImagePicker

Create an ImagePicker to choose a photo from the library or take a photo from the camera

5:06

20

Compress a UIImage

Compress a UIImage by converting it to JPEG, reducing its size and quality

3:32

21

Firebase Storage

Upload, delete and list files in Firebase Storage

11:11

22

Search Feature

Implement a search feature to filter through your content in your SwiftUI application

9:13

23

Push Notifications Part 1

Set up Firebase Cloud Messaging as a provider server to send push notifications to your users

5:59

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Push Notifications Part 2

Create an AppDelegate to ask permission to send push notifications using Apple Push Notifications service and Firebase Cloud Messaging

6:30

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Push Notifications Part 3

Tie everything together and test your push notifications feature in production

6:13

26

Network Connection

Verify the network connection of your user to perform tasks depending on their network's reachability

6:49

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Download Files Locally Part 1

Download videos and files locally so users can watch them offline

6:05

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Download Files Locally Part 2

Learn how to use the DownloadManager class in your views for offline video viewing

6:02

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Offline Data with Realm

Save your SwiftUI data into a Realm so users can access them offline

10:20

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HTTP Request with Async Await

Create an HTTP get request function using async await

6:11

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Xcode Cloud

Automate workflows with Xcode Cloud

9:23

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SceneStorage and TabView

Use @SceneStorage with TabView for better user experience on iPad

3:52

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Network Connection Observer

Observe the network connection state using NWPathMonitor

4:37

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Apollo GraphQL Caching

Cache data for offline availability with Apollo GraphQL

9:42

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Create a model from an API response

Learn how to create a SwiftUI model out of the response body of an API

5:37

36

Multiple type variables in Swift

Make your models conform to the same protocol to create multiple type variables

4:23

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Parsing Data with SwiftyJSON

Make API calls and easily parse data with this JSON package

9:36

38

ShazamKit

Build a simple Shazam clone and perform music recognition

12:38

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Firebase Remote Config

Deliver changes to your app on the fly remotely

9:05

Meet the instructor

We all try to be consistent with our way of teaching step-by-step, providing source files and prioritizing design in our courses.

Sai Kambampati

Student. Engineer. Designer. Not always in that order.

Student at UCSC constantly learning about new technologies, building innovative mobile apps, and designing breakthrough products.

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6 courses - 24 hours

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Jetpack Compose for Designers

Learn the fundamentals of Jetpack Compose to build a beautiful Android application using Kotlin and Android Studio

4 hrs

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UIKit for iOS 15 Part 2

Learn advanced techniques about animations, layout, localization, Firebase, Xcode Cloud, and more!

3 hrs

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UIKit for iOS 15

Design and code a UIKit app for iOS 15 with storyboards, custom layouts, scroll detection, and accessibility using Xcode 13

5 hrs

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Advanced Development in SwiftUI

Advance your SwiftUI skills by developing an app using Core Data, CloudKit, In App Purchases, Sign In With Apple, and Firebase Authentication

4 hrs

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Flutter for Designers Part 2

Continuing on from the previous Flutter for Designers course, this course has a heavier emphasis on using Firebase API's to combine Firebase and Flutter. There will be a lesser emphasis on creating front-end Flutter UI and more emphasis on how to build functional applications capable of being shipped to the App Store. A review of the previous course and the Dart programming language will be very helpful. That being said, you will also be introduced to some new Flutter widgets and packages.

4 hrs

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Flutter for Designers

Flutter is a relatively new toolkit that makes it easy to build cross-platform apps that look gorgeous and is easy to use. By utilizing a platform's native components we'll build an app that can run on both iOS and Android that will look and feel like it was developed natively. Furthermore we'll see how with one single codebase, Flutter provides us with native performance, hot reload for fast development, and access to beautiful, native components.

4 hrs