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Build Applications Locally with the Firebase Emulator

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Jorge Vergara
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By using Firebase emulators you no longer have to create a second dev firebase project to avoid using production data. You also don't run the risk of having a cloud function crash and run up a huge bill.

In this course, you'll learn how to set up and use Firebase's authentication, function, and Firestore emulators. You will also learn how to safely set up Cloud Function emulation, import seed data into your emulators, and disable the emulators in production.

By the end of this course, you'll be able to confidently set up a safe environment for testing in your own applications!

What you'll learn:

  • Initialize Firebase emulators in your Angular app
  • Set up and use the authentication, function, and Firestore emulators
  • Emulate HTTP, callable, and listener cloud functions
  • Seed your emulators with data
  • Disable the emulators when in production

Course Content

33m • 12 lessons

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