What Next?

A few final words about the course.

Here we are, at the end of the course. By now, you should be familiar with the basics of Firebase. We can see that integrating Firebase into React is fairly simple.

We’ve learned how to register and store users in the database of our application, along with some cool features such as password modification and admin access.

Further Topics

This course is the first step in maximizing the potential of React with Firebase. There are several other features provided by Firebase that make it a truly resourceful companion in web deployment.

Let’s have a look at what lies ahead.

Email Verification

As we discussed at the beginning of the course, we can set up email verification for new users on our React app.

Complex Databases

We’ve only touched the surface of Firebase’s Real-time Database. It allows us to create intricate relationships, order data, and paginate.

Social Media Logins

Social sites such as Facebook and Twitter can also be used for authentication in a React app using Firebase.

These are some of the more advanced concepts which you should definitely look into. They will help us move past authentication to handle more scenarios such as user-curated content (photos, videos, etc.).

In Conclusion

Mastering Firebase is very helpful when dealing with large amounts of user data and traffic on our application. Its simplistic integration with React stands as a good argument for exploring their relationship further.

That’s it for now. Hopefully, we’ll see you again soon. Happy coding!

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