Good cloud database options are Firebase's Firestore , and Amazon Web Services, and while I haven't used them, when I inevitably do, it'll probably be Firebase, so that's the one I recommend. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Thanks, actually I thought of using Firebase (https://firebase.google.com/) but it could be a bit difficult for beginners. I think IFTTT is ideal for beginners and can be used for at least a few projects =). - Source: Reddit / 27 days ago
Not a good idea at all. I try to avoid Google as much as possible (as a result I'm very behind on Firebase knowledge... But whatever). - Source: Reddit / 23 days ago
Another notable behaviour due the way how the store works currently is how these 'detached' systems need to be explicitly informed by the UI to perform updates. For example, Hoppscotch does syncing which is powered by Firebase (via Firestore). To make it easy to mock and to catch bugs easily, the entire implementation of what we are doing with Firestore is implemented on a single file named fb.js. It can... - Source: dev.to / 19 days ago
Hey all! I've been looking around for a way to create a "background process" online but haven't had much luck. My actual use case for this is that I'm listening for an update in a specific piece of data in my Firebase database, and when it detects the update, the app sends a notification to the phone displaying the data (since it's just a string of text). If that didn't make sense, then I'm basically just sending... - Source: Reddit / 19 days ago
I am currently developing an iOS App on Xcode and until now I always used "Automatically manage signing" on tab "Signing & Capabilities". I checked on my developer account (on developer.apple.com) and I have one certificate (type: development) and 0 profiles. I guess the 1 certificate was created by Xcode for me? - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Download Xcode. It's free. Get a free developer account at https://developer.apple.com . It will allow you to have up to 10 apps that you've compiled from source code on your iPhone. With a free account, the apps expire after about a week, so each week you'll reconnect to Xcode and reload them. - Source: Reddit / 20 days ago
I created this Apple account 2 days ago. On developer.apple.com and on appstoreconnect.apple.com , I've been correctly added to the company's Apple team/org. I have the role "Developer". - Source: Reddit / 12 days ago
#5 The Apple Developer bit I am much more unclear on. The corp developer account will have team members in it. They add their AppleID in the team account to join the team. I believe that the service now supports Managed AppleIDs but you will have to find the official bit about devs using an Managed AppleID inside developer.apple.com. I did find a reference to how your devs handle a Managed AppleID in one of your... - Source: Reddit / 12 days ago
You usually at least have to go to developer.Apple & log in with the account, & approve another, separate license agreement before it will let you sign apps with the account. - Source: Reddit / 11 days ago
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