TUTORIAL DIFFICULTY: Medium / Hard
In order to complete this tutorial, you are required to already have a basic knowledge of Firebase. Parts of this video might be more difficult if you have never worked with Firebase. You should be able to follow along easily if you are able to find blocks by looking at a screenshot.
The purpose of this tutorial is to be able to update your app without having to change the .aia file, re-build the .apk, issue an update on Google Play and then have your users manually update the app. To complete this objective, you’ll need a basic understanding of Firebase. We’ll use a Wallpaper App as an example of this process. By the end of the video, you’ll be able to make changes to your Firebase, which will make changes to your app. The user will see those changes once they refresh the app (meaning that if you make changes one day, the user might not see those changes until the next day when they open the app again. But obviously, with some improvement to this tutorial, you can make the changes automatic). We’ll use the built in Firebase Storage to store our Wallpaper Images. We’ll then access those image in our Firebase Database using a tag_list. The tag_list will allow us to set the total number of wallpapers we want to display OR specific wallpapers we want to display.
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