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Monitor Firebase Storage Upload Progress

You can up your UX game by adding things like skeleton loaders, loaders, progress bars to async operations. For example uploading files to a server might take time due to network connection or file size. We can also Monitor Firebase upload progress using @angular/fire package. And that is what we gonna do in this article. […]

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Firebase Java Script Screencast Tutorials

Upload Photos to Firebase Storage with Ionic Angular [Screencast]

Firebase storage or cloud storage for Firebase makes it super easy to store your photos and videos. Firebase is Google platform known for scalability, cost effectiveness and security. It is reliable as it based on Mobile First approach. Which means it intelligently pauses and resumes the file transfer based on internet connectivity. If you are […]

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Angular Firebase Java Script Tutorials

Getting Started with Firebase for Angular Ionic

Firebase is an app development platform covering everything from Database, Storage, Authentication to Hosting, Analytics. We don’t need to worry about the back-end of our application. One of the other exciting feature is real-time Database. A change in one client can immediately be seen in another. If so much of the organisation and architecture is […]

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Opinions Tutorials

TIL, Handy Git Commands, npm ls and more

This week of Things I learned, I would like to write about some git commands. These commands are parts of my daily usage. I would end up googling them every time they needed and go through a lot a links until land on the correct result. To save time I have gathered them at one […]

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Java Script Tutorials

Registering JavaScript Events can be Tricky

When registering JavaScript Events we need to provide the handler. That handler is called when ever a specified event is clicked. function clickHandler() { alert(‘Window is clicked’) } window.addEventListener(‘click’, clickHandler()) The problem with above code is that, we will see the alert as soon as windows loads. The expected result is show alert whenever we […]