In this Firebase tutorial, we create a Cloud Function that can be called directly through a REST call. Then we set up our emulators so that we can run local instances of Cloud Functions and Cloud Firestore, and have them talk to each other
In this fourth episode of our Firebase Semi-live series, we create a Cloud Function that can be called directly through a REST call. Then we set up our emulators so that we can run local instances of Cloud Functions and Cloud Firestore, and have them talk to each other! We also crash the emulator pretty badly, which is exciting to watch.
In this third episode of our Firebase Semi-live series, we add a button to our sample app! If that isn't enough excitement for you, we also call our first Cloud Function, and get the Firebase emulator up and running so we can iterate on our Cloud Functions locally.
SQL-like joins in Cloud Firestore #1: Getting the sample app up and running. For this Firebase Semi-live series, we're going to use the power of Cloud Functions to create SQL-like joins in our Cloud Firestore-powered app. In this first episode of the series, we're going to get the basic Friendly Eats sample app up and running, so we can make modifications in future episodes.
In this Firebase Cloud Functions tutorial, you'll learn how to build a Slack App 💬 with Node.js & Firebase Cloud Functions. A guide to serverless Slack Apps with Firebase Cloud Functions & Firestore. CyberJeff is a simple slack bot that helps automate tasks and improve productivity. Slack Apps, or Bots, allow you to extend slack with interactive features that can improve your teams productivity. The following lesson is a step-by-step guide to building a Slack App using Firebase Cloud Functions as the backend server.
In this episode of our Firebase Semi-live series, we perform a few important clean-up tasks: Updating our local favorites variable in real-time, updating our Add / Remove button in real-time, fixing our navigation, adding a URL to get to our favorites page, and more. Along the way, we talk about latency compensation, the pros and cons of using a Cloud Function instead of a native Cloud Firestore call, and Todd has trouble spelling "Favorites"
We take the data we received from our cloud function and display it to the user! Along the way, we also restart the emulator, copy-and-paste a lot of code, refactor some of it, and Todd finally gets a new shirt.