Firebase For Develoeprs - What is Google Firebase

Firebase is a really Good platform for developers to test their apps for android or iOS, even developers can analytic their app to provide great experience to their clients

Firebase For Develoeprs - What is Google Firebase
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What Is Firebase?

Firebase Is A Google Product Developer by Google. Firebase is one of the best Google-backed application development software that enables developers to develop iOS, Android and Web apps. Firebase Provice Tools like analytics, reporting and fixing app crashes for tracking app. And Help to make our product even better.


Firebase Services

Firebase Analytics

Firebase Provice - Google Analytics For Firebase, unlimited reporting on many as seprate events. Firebase Analytics capture data about users behavior on iOS and Android apps for better decision for building performance and increace app marketing.

Firebase Authentication makes it easy for developers to build secure authentication systems and enhances the sign-in and onboarding experience for users. This feature offers a complete identity solution, supporting email and password accounts, phone auth, as well as Google, Facebook, GitHub, Twitter login and more.

Cloud messaging
Firebase Cloud Messaging (FCM) is a cross-platform messaging tool that lets companies reliably receive and deliver messages on iOS, Android and the web at no cost.

Realtime database
 the Firebase Realtime Database is a cloud-hosted NoSQL database that enables data to be stored and synced between users in real time.In Real-time database date is synced across all clint in realtime and also it still work when an app goes offline.
 Firebase Crashlytics provide Realtime crash report that help developers to track bugs and other issues to fix and that reduce the quality of their apps. Using Crashlytics developers spend less time for organizing and troubleshooting crashes and more time building features for apps
 Firebase Performance Monitoring service gives developers insight into the performance characteristics of their iOS and Android apps to help them determine where and when the performance of their apps can be improved.
Test lab- Firebase Provide Test Lab for testing your application, web, and other TestLab is a cloud base app-testing infrastructure. Using Test Lab developers can test theri iOS or android app across a veriety of devices and configurations , Even they can see result of their app including videos , screenshorts, device logs in Firebse Test Lab Console

Firebase use cases include:

Create onboarding flows  developers can give users a quick, intuitive sign-in process using Firebase Authentication. They allow users to sign into their apps via their Google, Twitter, Facebook or GitHub accounts in less than five minutes. Developers can also track each step of their onboarding flows to enhance the user experience. Additionally, developers can use Google Analytics for Firebase to log events at each step of their onboarding flows, create funnels to determine where users are dropping off and use remote configuration to make changes to their apps to see how those changes affect conversions.
Customize a “welcome back” screen – developers can use personalization to give every user the best experience by customizing the initial screen based on a user’s preferences, usage history, location or language. Developers can define audiences based, in part, on user behaviors and show targeted content to each audience.
Progressively roll out new features – developers can launch new features with minimal risk by first testing those features on a few users to see how they work and how users respond. Then, when developers are satisfied, they can roll out their apps to the rest of their users.


Firebase offers a free plan with 1 GB of real-time database storage and two paid subscription plans: Flame Plan ($25 per month for 2.5 GB of storage) and Blaze Plan (pay-as-you-go, $5 per GB of storage). All the plans include A/B testing, analytics, app indexing, authentication (except phone auth), cloud messaging, crashlytics, dynamic links, invites, performance monitoring, predictions and remote config.

The main differences between the plans include the allocated storage on the real-time database, number of upload operations, Cloud Firestone bandwidth, and more.