Thunkable for iOS
Realtime Database powered by Firebase
Realtime DB powered by Firebase is cloud storage component that stores and retrieves
keys and their corresponding
values in a database that can be accessed in real-time (super fast).
This version of the component supports storing app data in unique project buckets associated with a user's project. You can add your own private database instance by following the instructions below.
Save Data to Firebase
Update Data in Realtime
Save, Retrieve & Update Data in Realtime
||Asks Firebase to save a given
||Asks Firebase to get the
|Add Listener (
||Asks Firebase to listen to a specific
|Data Changed (
||Asks Firebase for updates to
|Remove Listener (
||Ask Firebase to stop listening to a specific
Use Your Own Firebase Instance
Step 1 Create an account with Firebase for free (you can upgrade to a paid plan later) and create a new app project. In Database 'Rules', set "read" and "write" to 'true' (they will be set to 'false' by default).
Step 2 Add Firebase to your iOS app and generate a .plist file by following the steps below. The .plist file is a file that Google requires to enable services like Firebase in your app. Note that you can use the same Firebase project for your Android and iOS app.
Step 3 Drag and drop the .plist in you assets folder on Thunkable
Step 4 After Downloading or Publishing Your App, View and Edit Database Contents
IMPORTANT: Private database instance will not work during live testing