Build a mobile app using Firebase and App Engine flexible environment
This repository contains the Android client sample code for the Build a Mobile App Using Firebase and App Engine Flexible Environment solution. You can find the sample code for the backend in the firebase-appengine-backend repository.
- Sign up for Firebase and create a new project in the Firebase console.
- Deploy your backend according to the instructions in the firebase-appengine-backend repository.
Note: Firebase is a Google product, independent from Google Cloud Platform.
Build and test environment:
- Android Studio 3.1.2 from the stable channel.
- Android 8.1 (API Level 27) emulator.
- Sign in to the Firebase console and select your backend project.
- In the Develop section, select Authentication.
- In the Authentication page, select Sign-in Method.
- Select and enable the Google sign-in provider.
- Get your development environment SHA-1 fingerprints.
- Provide the following information in your Firebase project settings:
- App nickname: PlayChat
- Package name: com.google.cloud.solutions.flexenv
- SHA certificate fingerprints: Your development environment SHA-1 fingerprints from the previous step.
- Download the
google-services.jsonfile to the root directory of the
appmodule in your Android project.
Launch and test
- Start your emulator and run the app.
- Sign in with a Google account.
- Select a channel from top-left menu and enter messages.
The following screenshot shows messages displayed in the app:
This sample supports speech messages that are automatically translated to the device language. For more information, see Enable speech translation with Machine Learning technologies on Google Cloud Platform.
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