Firebase is a powerful platform for your mobile and web applications that lets you build apps fast without managing servers.
This starter pack is for anyone building a web app with Angular and Firebase. Firebase's realtime database works well with Angular's two-way data binding and content rendering. This repository includes example applications that use some of the common patterns and best practices for integrating the two technologies.
There are three key benefits to using Firebase as a backend for your Angular app:
Since Firebase is a hosted service, your app can use the Firebase JS library to talk to the Firebase servers directly. In combination with our flexible security rules that control access to data, this means that in many cases you don't need any backend code at all to write a production ready app.
Firebase Authentication makes it easy to add authentication to your app via Facebook, Github, Persona, Twitter, or email / password login. If you already have your own user authentication system, Firebase can integrate with your servers as well.
Firebase has a realtime database, which means all data synchronized via the service receives updates in realtime when a change is made. This makes Firebase especially powerful as a backend for collaborative apps where data changes frequently.
Realtime chat written with AngularJS + Firebase.
An version of the TodoMVC in AngularJS which has been modified to use Firebase as a backend.
A crowdsourced weather application for San Francisco fog.
A basic realtime chatroom application built with the Ionic frontend framework and Firebase as the backend.
An application skeleton for a typical AngularFire web app. This seed allows you to quickly bootstrap realtime apps using Firebase and Angular.
An application skeleton for a typical Ionic cross-platform (Android, iOS, Web) app. This seed provides a basic Ionic application hierarchy with Firebase and Angular.