This will be the very first step that you need to get started with Firebase.
In order to use Firebase V9 in your web app, You’ll need to
1. Create A Firebase Project From Firebase Console
- Go to the Firebase Console → Go to the console or Sign in button at the top right.
- Log in with your Gmail account.
- Once you’re logged in, click the Add Project button to create a brand new Firebase project.
- Give it a project name of your choice and click continue.
- Turn off Enable Google Analytics for this Project and click Create Project.
- It will take a few seconds to complete the creating a project process.
- Click continue and it’ll take you to the Firebase Project Dashboard.
- Click continue and it’ll take you to the Firebase Project Dashboard
2 Register App
The Firebase Project Dashboard offers to register an app for five different platforms:
- Unit, and
- Click on the Web icon (</>) which opens up Add Firebase to your web app page.
- Give it an App Nickname and Click Register app.
3. Add Firebase SDK to Your Web App
- Install Firebase SDK
- Add Firebase SDK Initialization Code
Firebase offers two ways to install Firebase SDK to your web project.
- Use npm → Install Firebase SDK using NPM (Node Package Manager) by issuing the npm install firebase command (Node JS).
2. Use a <script> tag → Install Firebase SDK using CDN (Content Delivery Network) by adding the following code right above the ending </body> tag.