Xamarin iOS App in C# & Firebase
- 5.5 hours on-demand video
- 34 downloadable resources
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Full fledged iOS development of a grocery list app
- Various outlets and dynamic interface development
- Backend database using Firebase
In this lesson, we design our outlets and also name them as well the name for our table view cell
In this lesson, we will add a new view controller through storyboard called Lists View Controller. We'll also connect the data source and delegate for our table view in storyboard. We should make a button outlet for the profile button.
In this lesson, we will add the only two absolutely necessary methods of our data source. We will also add the protocols we need in our .H file.
By now, we have a list view interface where we can view our basic starter lists. Now let's try and add a new list. In here, once everything work, we will face a new issue and that is our app will not maintain its data between two sessions of the application. We will address that in our next section.
In this lesson, we will have a quick look at why we have to record our data on the disk and what component we should add to do so.
In this lesson, we head back to our storyboard and design our items interface.
In this lesson, we will add the components and packages needed for firebase to work.
- Understanding of basics of programming in any language
- Basic familiarity with iOS development
In this course, we will learn how to develop a complete iPhone application using Visual Studio (or Xamarin Studio) C Sharp and Firebase. Throughout the course, we will discuss a wide range of topics such as interface design, databases and data structures as well as user authentication through Firebase MBaaS. This course is designed to cover a wide range of audience. It can be useful to people with basic understanding of iOS development and programming. It is also useful if you wish to learn more about data structures, reading and writing local and remote databases.
- iOS developers planning to move on to Xamarin and C#
- C# programmers planning to learn iOS development