Firebase is a Backend-as-a-Service platform developed by Firebase, Inc. Like any other cloud service, it offers developers a complete set of development tools as well as provides the backend for building highly-scalable web and mobile applications. In 2014, Google acquired Firebase, making it the flag offering of the Google Cloud Platform line.

Now, Firebase has 18 services for building, testing, and managing your app; it is a server, an API, and a database, all rolled in one for you to focus more on designing an amazing user experience.

Today, Firebase is considered to be dominant in the BaaS market; developers refer to it as a next-generation BaaS with an innovative approach to developing and monetizing high-quality apps. In the next section, we provide a detailed review of the platform’s feature set and its functionality.


Firebase Backend Service: A Review Guide
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