Firebase Setup in Android Studio

What is Google FireBase?

Firebase is a platform to build an application with high quality and in efficient way. It saves lot of time to create backend process. With the help of Firebase we can manage our product in all platforms like Web application, Android and IOS etc. Firebase gives so many useful services like

  • Real time database
  • Push notification
  • Firebase Analytics
  • Firebase Authentication
  • Firebase Cloud Messaging
  • Firebase Storage
  • see more...

Firebase Setup in Android Studio

  • Create an Android studio project “MyFirebase”
  • Add your gmail account in android studio.(Top right corner in android studio).
  • After adding your account, Go to Tools and select Firebase.(This may vary in future)
  • Now select Authentication on the rightside
  • Now click Connect to firebase on authentication.
  • Now click Connect to firebase on popup tab, then firebase is successfully connected.
  • Now click Add Firebase Authentication to your app, then select Accept Changes on pop up tab.
  • If !Error occurs: Failed to resolve: firebase-auth-15.0.0.
  • To resolve, Goto build.gradle (module app) file. remove :15.0.0 on the below code. implementation 'com.google.firebase:firebase-auth:16.0.1:15.0.0'

    Add the below code
    implementation 'com.google.firebase:firebase-auth:16.0.1'

    Now gradle will successfully build.

  • Now Firebase setup for authentication is completed, we can also add Firebase Cloud Messaging, Analytics, Realtime DB same as above steps.

  • Now go to Firebase console https://console.firebase.google.com/ .Your project has been created.
  • Navin Kumar

    Aspiring Android developer who Translate designs and wireframes into high quality code. A down to earth person with interests to Ensure the best possible performance, quality, and responsiveness of the application.