Spring Boot Firebase CRUD Tutorial. Spring Boot Tutorials for Beginners using Firebase.
What you’ll learn
- Spring Boot CRUD Operations
- POST: Creates a new resource
- GET: Reads a resource
- PUT: Updates an existing resource
- DELETE: Deletes a resource
- Basic Knowledge of Spring Framework
Spring Boot Firebase CRUD Tutorial Description
Welcome to this Course on Spring Boot Tutorials for Beginners using Firebase. I will teach you how to use Firebase with Spring Boot to create a CRUD application. I’ll show you how to connect to Google’s Firebase real-time database in a straightforward manner. Of course, we’ll use some of the fundamental dependencies to connect spring boot to firebase. I’ll use a maven-based configuration.
I’m going to show you a sample spring boot application that performs a simple crud operation on a Firebase real-time DB. So, first and foremost, we must initialise our application using the spring initializer and then extract and import the downloaded project into your preferred IDE.
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Who this course is for:
- Student with java background
- Spring Developers who want to master Spring Boot Fundamentals
- New backend developers