Integrating Firebase into our application from the Course AngularJS: Adding Registration to Your Application.
Authentication is a fundamental part of any web application, but it can be notoriously difficult to implement. In this short course, you’ll create a simple registration system that allows users to log in and out of your applications. By taking advantage of Google’s Firebase authentication service, you can manage registrations easily and securely. In the process, you’ll explore working with the AngularJS application structure (including routes and controllers), storing user information into the Firebase NoSQL database, and creating services to manage registration information throughout different controllers. This will help you create a great registration template that you can use as a starting point in a variety of web applications.
- Adding a basic MVC structure
- Using routes
- Processing form input
- Integrating Firebase
- Storing registration information in the database
- Logging users in and out of an app
A server-side web API is a programmatic interface to a defined request-response message system, typically expressed in JSON or XML, which is exposed via the web—most commonly by means of an HTTP-based web server. Mashups are web applications which combine the use of multiple such web APIs. Webhooks are server-side web APIs that take as input a URI that is designed to be used like a remote named pipe or a type of callback such that the server acts as a client to deference the provided URI and trigger an event on another server which handles this event thus providing a type of peer-to-peer IPC.
The Mozilla Foundation created their WebAPI specification which is designed to help replace native mobile applications with HTML5 applications.
Google created their Native Client architecture which is designed to help replace insecure native plug-ins with secure native sandboxed extensions and applications. They have also made this portable by employing a modified LLVM AOT compiler.
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