Shopping list example app with Firebase Realtime Database and Login
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This is the source code of the V-Play tutorial for creating an app with Firebase real-time database and login. For more information about this app, see

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The app uses the V-Play Firebase Plugin:

Why use V-Play Plugins for your Apps and Games?

There is no need to re-invent the wheel when integrating third party services and platform-specific functionality to your Qt 5 apps & games. V-Play plugins save you weeks in comparison with in-house development, both during implementation and later on for maintaining and updating third-party libraries.

V-Play Plugins use native, platform-specific functionality, meaning that your app seamlessly integrates with existing platform experiences. They incorporate platform-specific human interface guidelines and follow best-practices down to the detail.

Installation Instructions

This game was made with V-Play Engine. You need the engine which is freely available on for all desktop platforms. V-Play Plugins are only available starting with the V-Play Indie license and above. See for more information.

  1. Go to, register, download and install the free V-Play SDK.
  2. Clone the repository.
  3. Create a valid V-Play license key that includes all the plugins at
  4. Open the project file .pro in QtCreator (comes with V-Play SDK).
  5. Add the created license key to the App item in the Main.qml file of the project.
  6. Hit run to start the app.

Note: The Firebase plugin only works on mobile platforms like Android or iOS. See to learn how to deploy a V-Play App to mobile devices.

Where to get help

If you need any help feel free to ask in the V-Play Forums or have a look at our online documentation

Contribution guidelines

Currently there are no features open, but if you like to contribute use the code standards coming with the V-Play SDK.

Contributor list

V-Play Team


V-Play GmbH

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The app sourcecode is released under the MIT license.

Permission is NOT granted to merge, publish, distribute, sublicense and/or sell the provided image, audio and video files of this software.

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