Angular 4 Development and Production Environments with Firebase



Welcome to Angular Firebase. Today, I’m going to show you how to create separate backend environments for development and production with Angular 4. Maintaining separate environments allows you to build and test new features without screwing up data from your live production app.

Step 1 – Create two Firebase Projects

Before jumping into the code, you will need two separate Firebase projects one for development and one for production.

Step 2 Create the Environment Files

I just cloned the FireStarter App from github and the first step is to create the environment files. If you created a new app with the Angular CLI, these files will be here by default. Also, make sure to add these files to your gitignore as they will hold sensitive credentials for your app.

Step 3 paste in the firebase config using the unique API credentials from each of your projects.

Step 4 – Bootstrap the environment in the app module

Now we can import the environment anywhere in our app. In this case, we want to bootstrap firebase config in the app module. These are the necessary lines to wire up the environments with Firebase.

Step 5 – Serve or Build the App

With that done, its possible to serve our app locally using either environment. It will serve in development by default with

ng serve

or serve in product with the –prod flag

ng serve –prod

When deploying the app, make sure to always include the –prod flag.

ng build –prod

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Program Manager App | Creating apps for beginners | Low code platform



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Program app would attract more registrations with online registration forms and get real-time updates on the numbers. Build this app on a low-code platform, Deluge, powered by Zoho Creator. This is a simple drag-and-drop interface and a few lines of guided scripting. 

Through this Program Management App, appoint supervisors to oversee the whole program and delegate individual tasks to other volunteers. As soon as you assign organizers and add participants, an email automatically gets delivered to them with all updates regarding the program, such as cancellation and rescheduling. You can also automate the app to send periodic reminders to everyone as the program date approaches.

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Android App Development Tutorial 2 – Android vs iOS, Flutter, React Native, Xamarin, and Web Apps



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Learn Binary by Building a Binary Clock with Flutter



Do you know how binary works? Learn the basics by building a binary Clock in Flutter. Build your own clock before the competition deadline on Jan 22nd, 2020. https://fireship.io/lessons/build-a-binary-clock-flutter/

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Build Android Apps with App Inventor 2 – Component Spotlight VerticalArrangement



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Getting started with android studio how to make your first app with a blank activity



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