Note: This is a repeat of the tutorial offered on Wed, Feb 7th, 2018.
To help students prepare for the upcoming Android hackathon, we are organizing a Firebase tutorial. Others who might not participate in the hackathon and have a general interest in Android mobile application development are also welcome to come.
Due to the popularity of this event, everyone must register in advance (registration form below) and only the first 40 attendees at the door will be permitted entry.
Please bring your own laptop to this tutorial with Android Studio installed. Some familiarity with Android mobile application development is recommended.
The source files for this workshop can be found here https://goo.gl/4hpnyV.
- Brief overview of Android Studio (AS)
- System prerequisites and installing AS on your laptop
- Installing the Firebase plugin within AS
- Follow along as instructors demo Firebase capabilities
- Connecting Firebase to your project within AS
- Q&A with tutorial instructors
Light snacks/beverages will be served.
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