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Simple Signup and Login with Firebase and Knockoutjs

Simple Signup and Login with Firebase and Knockoutjs | Development on Various Platforms | Scoop.it

In this tutorial you will learn how to set up an effective registration and authentication process for your web app using Firebase, knockoutjs and Twitter Bootstrap.... and..... that's it. No backend mysql database, apache web server, ubuntu linux or ruby scripting is required. You just need to know javascript. You don't even need to know nodejs, npm or requirejs. There really is no back end and it is simple to build.

Knockout uses a MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) pattern. We are starting with the view which is the body of the index.html file. This is quite straight forward. Twitter Bootstrap is called in through the class attribute of our input and div tags to make our page look nice. Knockout is called in through the data-bind attribute of our input tags and buttons. When the user keys in her user name and password, we want this data to go into application memory (the Model of MVC) and then on to the Firebase servers. Our View gives is the basic entry points that are required.

The View Model is the magic wiring between the View and application memory. We need to wire 3 things to start with ...


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Open source service like Parse or Firebase?

Is there a open source / standalone / self hosted service like Parse or Firebase, preferably using Node.js. I really like the concept of a systems that manages data synchronization between all my apps (mobile, web, desktop). I think these are great services, but I'd really like to have full control over my backend stack and data.


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jaredwilli's comment, July 23, 2013 3:32 PM
I find Firebase to be great myself, however they have much work to do still to make it really seamless and pain free.
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AngularFire - A real-time backend for AngularJS from Firebase

AngularFire - A real-time backend for AngularJS from Firebase | Development on Various Platforms | Scoop.it
AngularFire is an officially supported AngularJS binding for Firebase. Firebase is a full backend so you don't need servers to build your Angular app!

* Rapid Development
AngularFire is built to make sure you can write your app as quickly as possible. There's no backend code to write or servers to set up, just start writing your frontend code and focus on building a great experience.

* Flexible API
Choose between an easy to use implicit sync API that will automatically keep all your Angular models persisted and updated, or a more powerful explicit sync API that gives you control over when data gets synchronized.

* 3-way Data Binding
Synchronizing and persisting user or app data in realtime is a breeze with AngularFire's 3-way data binding. It's never been easier to extend Angular's quintessential 2-way data binding concept to the server.


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