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    There are various services offered online such as storage, online processing, realtime database, authorisation of user etc. Google developed a mimbar called
    Firebase
    that provide all these online services. It also gives a daily analysis of usage of these services along with the details of user using it.

    To simplify, it can be said that Firebase is a mobile and web application development platform. It provides services that a web application or mobile application might require. Anyone can easily include firebase to there application and it will make their online work way easier than it was used to be.

    There are
    two ways to add firebase
    to any Android app:

      Using Firebase Assistant

      Below are the steps to include Firebase to Android project in Android studio:

      1. Update
        the android studio (>= 2.2)
      2. Create a
        new project
        in the firebase by clicking on the Add project.
      3. Now open the android bengkel seni and click on
        Tools
        in the upper left corner.

      4. Now click on the
        Firebase
        option in the anjlok down menu.
      5. A menu will appear on the right side of screen. It will show various
        services
        that Firebase offers. Choose the desired service.
      6. Now Click on the
        Connect to Firebase
        option in the menu of desired service.
      7. Add the dependencies of your service by clicking on the
        Add [YOUR SERVICE NAME] to the app option. (In the image below, the Firebase cloud messaging service is chosen)

      Manually adding firebase

      In this, the steps involve:

      1. Create a firebase project
        • Create a project by clicking on
          create project
          in the firebase console.
        • Fill the necessary details in the pop up window about the project. Edit the project ID if required.
        • Click on create project to finally create it.
      2. Now add this project to the android app
        • Click on the
          Add firebase to your android app
          option on the starting window.
        • A prompt will open where to enter the package name of the app.
        • Now the app is connected to the Firebase. Now all the cloud based as well peladen based services can be easily used in the app.
        • Now the app will be registered with firebase.
      3. Also, the SHA1 certificate, can be given, of the app by following steps:
        Go to android sanggar project  ↳ gradle    ↳ root folder      ↳ Tasks        ↳ Android          ↳ signingReport            ↳ copy paste SHA1 from console

      4. Now download the
        google-services.json
        file and place it in the root directory of the android app.
      5. Now add the following in the project.
        • Adding the sdk in the project.
          Add the following code to the PROJECT-LEVELbuild.gradle
          of the app.

          buildscript {


          dependencies {


          classpath 'com.google.gms:google-services:4.0.0'


          }

          }

        • Add the following code to APP-LEVEL
          build.gradle
          of the app.

          dependencies {


          compile 'com.google.firebase:firebase-core:16.0.0'

          }

          ...

          // Add to the bottom of the file

          apply plugin: 'com.google.gms.google-services'

      6. Now
        Sync
        the gradle by clicking on sync now.
      7. After adding the above code(sdk), run the app to send the verification to the Firebase console.

    Firebase is now successfully installed.

    Source: https://www.geeksforgeeks.org/adding-firebase-to-android-app/