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Yusuff Faruq
May 19, 2022 ⋅ 10 min read

Getting data for React Native apps with Firebase

Yusuff Faruq Frontend web developer and anime lover from Nigeria.

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9 Replies to "Getting data for React Native apps with Firebase"

  1. In a normal application, there is a backend which receives a token from Frontend(ReactNative) in this case, verifies the token and then writes into the database (Firebase Realtime), but in this there is no such verification happening ? How will this thing be taken care of ?

  2. Firebase allows you to set security rules for your realtime database to prevent unverified users from writing to the database. This is often used in conjunction with Firebase’s OAuth service. I hope I answered your question.

  3. when i copy pasted the code in App.js and running it..It is showing error Android project not found. Are you sure this is a React Native project? If your Android files are located in a non-standard location (e.g. not inside ‘android’ folder), consider setting `project.android.sourceDir` option to point to a new location.

  4. Hello, thank you very much for your tutorial! However, I am a little confused because in this documentation (https://rnfirebase.io/database/usage) I am not told to use firebase-config.js. Instead it uses @react-native-firebase/app. What is the difference between the two methods, and which is correct?

  5. Should I still use UseEffect for OnValue requests to the database if I also want to re-render if other people make changes to the real-time database? (Example I want to display all to do list items created by anyone on the database in real time)

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