Wisdom Ekpot
Aug 9, 2021 ⋅ 5 min read

Firestore in Swift tutorial

Wisdom Ekpot A student of Ibom Metropolitan Polytechnic studying computer engineering, Wisdom has been writing JavaScript for two years, focusing on Vue.js, Angular, and Express.js.

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2 Replies to "Firestore in Swift tutorial"

  1. CocoaPods hasn’t been necessary for some time now. Using the Swift Package Manager is a much simpler way to add Firebase support. Also, the first or second in your article says “Firestone”, not “Firestore”.

    1. Hi David,

      Thanks for reading the LogRocket blog and for your input. I’ve corrected the typo. We regularly update our older articles, so if this one comes up on our list, we’ll be sure to take a close look at the Swift Package Manager. Thanks!

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