The Complete Hands-On SwiftUI Apps Using Firebase
What you'll learn
- Firebase with SwiftUI Apps
- Storing data in Firestore database
- Storing nested collections in Firestore database
- Uploading images to Firebase storage from SwiftUI Apps
- Performing authentication using Firebase custom authentication API
- Knowledge of Swift Language
- Knowledge of SwiftUI
- macOS Catalina or above
- Xcode 12 or above
- iOS 14 or above
- Passion for learning
Firebase is the most popular backend in the mobile community and it is used in thousands of iOS apps. In this course, you will learn how to integrate Firebase in SwiftUI application. You will build several SwiftUI apps which will use Firebase Authentication, Firestore, Storage and Real Time Updates. This is a fun course with real life hand-on coding projects. Let’s check out the contents of the course.
Knowledge of Swift Language
Knowledge of SwiftUI Framework
Xcode 12 and iOS 14
Google account to access Firebase console
No paid software is required. All apps are created using Xcode.
In this section, you will learn about the Firebase platform. You will also learn about the Firestore database and how it is different from Real Time Database. Finally, you will learn different ways to structure data in the Firestore database.
In this section, you will learn about how to implement a simple TODO List app using Firestore and SwiftUI. This section will demonstrate how to perform CRUD operations with Firestore and quickly get your SwiftUI app integrated with Firestore database.
Understanding MVVM Design Pattern
In this section, you will learn how to implement MVVM Design Pattern in a SwiftUI application. MVVM Pattern is the preferred pattern when building SwiftUI apps.
In this section, you will learn how to implement a complete Grocery App using SwiftUI and Firestore. This app will allow users to persist hierarchical information for each document. Later you will update the app to replace the nested data with nested collections.
In this section, you will learn how to integrate your SwiftUI app with Firebase authentication, Firestore and even Firebase Storage. The user will pick a photo from the photo library or take a picture. Once the picture has been selected, it will be uploaded to Firebase storage and then the URL will be persisted to the Firestore database under the user identification.
In this section, you will learn how to create a Chat App called Let’s Chat. This app will showcase Firestore Real Time Update feature and also use SwiftUI iOS 14 ScrollViewReader API to automatically scroll when new messages arrive.
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It is amazing, not only is it clear but it clarifies all my unanswered questions. It's hard to find someone who has a well detailed swift DS & Algo class. This is a gem. Thank you Mohammad Azam
This course provides a bundle of resources on Swift UI. Great explanation, building different apps and addition of latest updates makes it a five star course. Thanks Mohammad for your valuable work on providing this course.
Mohammad's courses are usually outstanding, but he has put in a great amount of detail into this course. He provides great detail in his explanations. If you have never parsed JSON and are looking to learn about MVVM design I would highly recommend this course.
Very elegant course. Well scaffolded. Each section is very focused on a single task. One pet peeve I have of Udemy courses is when an instructor teaches a new skill but nest it inside a project that does 10 other things. This is the second course I've had with this instructor and both are excellent. Highly recommended.
After completing this course, you will be ready to build your next SwiftUI application with Firebase platform.
Let's get started!
Who this course is for:
- Developers who wants to learn backend development using Firebase platform
- Developers who want to take their skills to the next level
- Developers who want to learn how to integrate Firebase with SwiftUI apps
- Developers who wants to become full stack mobile developers
My name is Mohammad Azam and I have been programming in iOS for the last 10+ years. Currently, I am teaching Full Stack Development at DigitalCrafts. Before joining DigitalCrafts I worked as a lead mobile developer for many large companies including Schlumberger, Baker Hughes, AIG and Valic. Currently, I am a senior developer at Blinds Dot Com, a Home Depot company. Before iPhone development I was leading projects in Microsoft ASP technology. I was also awarded the Microsoft MVP award five years in a row due to my contributions in the community.
I have also published several of my personal apps to the App Store including Vegetable Tree which was featured by Apple as the most beautiful gardening app on the App Store. I am a frequent speaker at local and national conferences and have authored many articles for many different development magazines.