Brian De Sousa
Jan 19, 2022 ⋅ 10 min read

How to use React Hooks with Firebase Firestore

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9 Replies to "How to use React Hooks with Firebase Firestore"

  1. You could easily improve your CSS by changing the background to different color and removing italics and using some modern, good font like Open Sans. Thank you for the tut BTW!

  2. Having a hard time following where you’re creating your item sub collection. I don’t see it listed in the addDoc, where is it written in code to add a new subcollection into a new document?

  3. When I use addDoc Firestore, when user refreshed the browser, it cancelled that request. What do you think. I want finding to handle pending state.

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