This intermediate series aims to show the more in-depth features of Firebase, so you can build your apps with even more confidence.
In the second event of the series we’ll explore how to use Firebase to understand how your users are engaging with the website, grow your user-base and deliver a customized experience for individuals or groups of users.
By the end of this event you will be able to tell how users are navigating through your app, which pages retain the most engagement and which products are being added to the cart most frequently. You will also be able to collect some information of your users which will be used in a later event to distribute customized notifications or even user experiences through Cloud Messaging and Remote Config.
Along with the event, we will be providing the opportunity to engage with us by contributing to the mock e-commerce website which we'll be using to demonstrate the concepts we will be covering.
The most up to date version of the website can be found here, but we will be working on different versions of the site for each topic: https://ecommerce-with-firebase-a7af6.web.app/
and the open-sourced repository can be found here: https://github.com/RafaelZasas/intro-to-firebase
Community members who contribute to this project will be showcased at the beginning of each event and stand a chance to win DSC swag and other cool prizes!
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I'm an International Student, born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Studying a BS in Computer Science, and minor in Math & Phys at the University of Redlands in California, USA and I'm also part of the Men's Swim & Dive team at the university - this will be my 10th year as a swimmer!
I make full stack web applications using Angular and Firebase, but recently I've enjoyed making intricate back end API's with Python and Fast-API.