Ok no more re-writting tutorials after this.
I really hope you guys can learn from both tutorials and be able to figure out how to talk to your database after being given so many examples.
Please refer to the videos for the answers. I put SOOOO much USEFUL information in these videos, and I’m starting to think people are just watching 2 minutes, downloading the .aia file and then coming to me for help because they don’t really want to learn the information I’m teaching. And they just want me to do all the work and copy what I’ve done. That makes me sad, because I want you guys to learn, so you don’t have to ask. You’ll just know what to do from all this free knowledge you’re being given.
That being said: here’s the Firebase version: SecureDailyTasksFirebase.aia (73.1 KB)
Notice that the userID variable has been replaced with user_timestamp
If you’ve watched the videos, you should be able to figure out why these variables changed.
You should also know that the userID is obtained from the TinyDB.
This is the example userID created from the video tutorial:
The timestamp tag has been added to the user: 1514493745635
IMPORTANT: THIS TAG HAS BEEN INITIALIZED TO ZERO
In the Fusion Example, we checked for an EMPTY/BLANK entry in the fusion table (a blank entry means this is the first time the user has opened this screen)
In the Firebase Example, we check for a value of ZERO.
Hope you guys find this helpful.