This story was originally published with collaboration with CometChat Pro, and Alex Booker on their blog. Building rich messaging for your app might seem simple at first, but things can quickly escalate when you start to think about advanced features, edge-cases, and how to manage your chat infrastructure at scale. To overcome these challenges, you have several solutions available, but how do they compare? In this article, I will compare Firebase, a general-purpose app development platform, to CometChat Pro, which is built specifically to help you build chat.
This story was originally published with collaboration with CometChat Pro, and Alex Booker on their tutorials blog. For any kind of chat apps, notifications are the driver behind whole chat concept. These notifications lets users know that a new message has been sent, and asks to respond to it. This seems like a micro-interaction from user experience perspective, but this tiny interactions makes the whole chat a real-time conversation.
Learn how I managed to reduce my Hugo website’s storage size from 437.8 MB to 4.1 MB on Firebase Hosting. This article is part of Today I Learned series and was originally posted at my TIL Github Repository and my website at wajahatkarim.com Last year in April 2018, I migrated my this website from Wordpress to Hugo, a static website generator framework built-on Go language. I was paying $5 per month through Mochahost for the hosting server space for Wordpress site.
When developers need to integrate push notifications in their Android apps, the first thing comes in mind is Firebase Notifications or Firebase Messaging. But when they integrate, there are few common issues which they stuck into. One of those common issues is that the applications doesn’t get push notifications. There are multiple reasons such as Unregistered device token or app is killed or Android Oreo’s doze mode is on etc.