The purpose of this article is to show you how I added the calls between the React application and Cloud Firestore, and also how I added unit tests to verify the logic. Cloud Firestore Development with Typescript
I am contributing to an open-source project called Napchart, which is a React application that allows users to create calendars using a circular 24-hour user interface. The web app is used heavily by the polyphasic sleep community to plan out their sleep schedules.
I was tasked with migrating the current backend implementation from Parse to Google’s Cloud Firestore. We wanted to do this because later on we want to add the ability to create an account and be an authenticated user, and Firebase takes care of all this authentication logic for you.
First I converted most of the code into Typescript and migrated several old-school class components to functional components.
The purpose of this article is to show you how I added the calls between the React application and Cloud Firestore, and also how I added unit tests to verify the logic.
First, let’s define our Server interface. We are doing this so that when we are using a Server instance in the app, we can hide any methods that should not be used outside of the Server class.
We take a look at the react native firebase cloud firestore database system and integrating firestore into our react native app.
Learn how to connect your React application to Firebase by building a simple TODO app. Setting up Firebase in react app. A basic Todo app built on Material-UI React framework
In this article, I will be showing you how to add typescript from your existing react application. If you are a software developer that started from strongly typed programming languages.
Jest Snapshots are increasingly being used to test React Components. Snapshots are generally testing the initial rendering of a component, while DOM style testing is to be used for more interactive and manipulative testing.
We take a look at the react native firebase cloud firestore database system and integrating firestore into our react native app. Firestore is a NoSQL database that allows for real-time database updates that sync across applications, websites and more.