Firebase is a technology that allows us to create web apps without any server-side programming, so that development becomes quicker and easier. With Firebase, we don't need to worry about provisioning servers or building REST APIs—with just a little bit of configuration, we can let Firebase do the work: storing data, authenticating users, and enforcing access rules.
1.Introduction2 lessons, 02:21
3.Firebase and AngularJS6 lessons, 29:17
4.Conclusion1 lesson, 00:47
If we need back-in infrastructure to support our apps, we would normally need to set up some sort of server. Even when using a club based solution like Amazon Web Services, we still have to configure a server. Firebase eliminates the need to configure a server and offers a cloud based database design to be the back end for your apps. Firebase also comes with libraries for iOS, Android, the web and rest. Firebase also includes libraries for popular frameworks, such as Angular Amber and React. Let's learn to use Firebase as the back end.
1.2 What Is Firebase?