Using SwiftUI's declarative syntax, building user interfaces for any of Apple's platforms is fast and exceptionally simple.
Firebase makes developing the backend for your app a lot easier by providing BaaS features such as a NoSQL database, a flexible authentication solution, as well as a serverless environment to extend you app with custom backend code.
Both SwiftUI and Firebase make developing apps a lot easier, but how do you bring both together?
In this talk, I'm going to build a simple, data-driven SwiftUI application that uses Cloud Firestore to store data.
You will learn:
* How to architect your SwiftUI app so both its local and remote state stay in sync in real time.
* How to use Firebase Authentication to give users a great out-of-the-box experience without having to sign in first.
* How to implement Sign in with Apple in less than 5 minutes using FirebaseUI!
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About the Speaker
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Peter is a Developer Advocate on the Firebase team at Google, helping developers worldwide to build better apps using Firebase and other technologies.
He managed to convince Google into hiring him despite (or just because) his deep-rooted love for iOS and Swift.
Before he started talking with computers, Peter worked part-time as a projectionist, landscape gardener, and in a book warehouse (before Amazon was founded).