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Getting Started With Firebase Cloud Messaging

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Getting Started With Firebase Cloud Messaging

How to set up Firebase and the new Firebase Cloud Messaging platform to push notifications to your app subscribers.

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Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide

Firebase is a mobile platform that helps you quickly develop high-quality apps, grow your user base, and earn more money. Firebase is made up of complementary features that you can mix-and-match to fit your needs. As announced at Google I/O, Google Cloud Messaging Platform will get replaced by Firebase Cloud Messaging. The new mobile development platform, Firebase, is a suite of integrated products which are designed to help you develop your application. Read more about Firebase here.

Creating a New Project

Step 1: Sign into the Firebase Console with your Gmail ID.

Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide

Step 2: Click on ‘Create a new Project’ and enter a project name followed by selecting your country/region. Click on ‘Create Project’ to move further.

Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide

Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide

Step 3: Go to the dashboard, Select the project to access the project settings.

Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide

Step 4: Click on ‘Cloud Messaging’ for your Sender ID and Server Key.

Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide
Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide

Migrating From Google Cloud Messaging to Firebase Cloud Messaging

Step 1: Sign into https://console.firebase.google.com/ with your Gmail ID.

Migrating from GCM with this ultimate Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide

Step 2: Click on ‘IMPORT GOOGLE PROJECT’ and choose the project to be migrated to FCM.

Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide to import GCM projects to FCm

Step 3: Choose your Country/region and move further by clicking on ‘ADD FIREBASE’.

how to select the focus country/region using Create a new project with this Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide

Step 4: Go to the dashboard, then select the project to access the project settings.

Create a new project with this Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide

Step 5: Click on ‘Cloud Messaging’ for your Sender ID and Server Key.

Server ID and key with Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide

Step 6: You can check the list of your projects on the homepage.

 Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide for beginersCreate a new project with this Firebase Cloud Messaging Guide

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