Firebase Setup

To start using AppAdmin you will need to create Firebase Setup.

Let's get started. Create an account in Firebase with your google account.

Follow all the guides in the tabs below.

Create project
Create Realtime DB
Create Firestore DB
Firebase Storage
Authentication
Google Login
Create project

Open Firebase and Click on "Add Project".

Accept terms, and create the project.

There are three several steps before creating the firebase project.

Create Realtime DB

Go to Database and then click on the button called "Create database".

After clicking on the button it should appear a window that will ask you about security rules. Click on the Start in test mode and after that click Enable.

But for production, this is a good starting point. This will allow edit and write to all registered users.

{
"rules": {
".read": true,
".write": "auth !== null"
}
}
Create Firestore DB

Go to Database and then click on the button called "Cloud Firestore".

or

Then, a pop up will appear.

For now, use Start in test mode.

Firebase Storage

Firebase Storage by default is not initialized. You will need to click on "Storage" and active the Firestorage Bucket.

Authentication

After this, you should create a user in firebase for been able to login to your the app builder.

Go into firebase console and click on Authentication and after that click on Set up sign-in method

Click on Email/Password and enable them and click Save.

Now click on Users and now you should be able to click on Add user.

Enter your email and password click Add user.

Google Login

If you want to allow Google authentication, you have to do is to enable the Google Auth Provider as on the image below.

Next, scroll below and there you should add your authorized domain. Place where the Google Login will be performed.