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Firebase Hosting (What I Know So Far)

I’ll talk about Firebase Hosting, excited? Note: You all need a Google account to use Firebase hosting. Do you know? Configuration SSL is integrated into Firebase Hosting with zero configuration and SSL to always deliver content securely.  Moreover, you can upload a static website using Firebase hosting. APIs supported by Firebase hosting, such as GoogleContinue reading “Firebase Hosting (What I Know So Far)”

Firebase In App Messaging (What I Know So Far)

In App Messaging, you can connect with your app’s active users by sending them contextual messages that encourage them to use important app features. It may be tempting to send push notifications with Firebase CloudMessaging, but it can happen that users loathe unwanted push notifications. In-app messages can be sent to specific user groups toContinue reading “Firebase In App Messaging (What I Know So Far)”

Firebase Predictions (What I Know So Far)

Firebase provides the ability to analyze your app’s data and create dynamic user groups based on users predicted behavior. Firebase Predictions can work with Remote Config to increase conversions by providing customized experiences based on user behavior, and you can work with notifications composer to deliver the right messages to the right user group.  FirebaseContinue reading “Firebase Predictions (What I Know So Far)”

Firebase A/B Testing (What I Know So Far)

Firebase offers robust, cost-effective, and free use, but developers need to spend time designing apps and frameworks around remote configurations to test hypotheses in production apps with actual users. A year and a half ago, I learned about Firebase’s remote config experiment and started using it in my current product CricPlay to achieve a reasonableContinue reading “Firebase A/B Testing (What I Know So Far)”

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