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RxFire in Svelte 3 using Firebase Firestore and Authentication Created: April 29, 2019 | Rating: 5/5 RxFire in Svelte 3 using Firebase Firestore and Authentication RxFire was created by David East, who is a Firebase Developer Advocate. Although Firebase Blog introduced RxFire in September, 2018. I thought it would be a good point of reference for beginners starting out with both Svelte 3 and Firebase. For those coming from an Angular background you might be familiar with RxJS and the Angularfire2 package. I know from my experience you MUST learn RxJS if you are going to use Angular on any size application.
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RxFire in Svelte 3 using Firebase Firestore and Authentication

Introduction to Svelte3, Firebase, and RxFire. RxFire provides a set of observable creation methods. You simply call a function with some parameters to receive an RxJS observable. With that observable in hand you can use any operators provided by RxJS to transform the stream as you like.

RxFire in ReactJS using Firebase Firestore and Authentication

Introduction to Create React App, Firebase, and RxFire. RxFire provides a set of observable creation methods. You simply call a function with some parameters to receive an RxJS observable. With that observable in hand you can use any operators provided by RxJS to transform the stream as you like.

Angular PWA to Google Play store, using Trusted Web Activity

PWA (Progressive Web Apps) are becoming more mainstream, allowing web applications to run as if they are native applications on your devices. Something that has been missing is the ability to list these applications in a centralized developer store. With the new introduction of TWA (Trusted Web Activity) you are now allowed to create a native application and APK file from a trusted PWA. Which means you can now delivery your PWA directly from the Google Play Store.

Firebase Authentication and Authorization

Using Firebase and FirebaseUI to Authorize users and Firestore rules to Authenticate within Angular Apps.

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