Getting Started
    Why Webcodesk?
    System Requirements
    Install Webcodesk
    Beginner Tutorial
    Bootstrap project
    Review components
    Create main page
    Create sign-in page
    Create sign-up page
    Create initialization flow
    Create main flow
    Create sign-in flow
    Integration with Firebase
    Create sign-up flow
    Build application
    Open source code in IDE
    Open in IntelliJ IDEA
    Source code structure
    How it works?
    Writing source code
    Create React component
    Develop component in isolation
    Create functions
last edited 2019-04-04

Beginner Tutorial

Once you've installed Webcodesk on your local machine, it's time to run Webcodesk and create a Web application.

We're going to implement a single page Web application with simplest Firebase authentication routines.

This tutorial does not require any knowledge of React or Firebase. We want to show you here only how rapidly you can create the Web application in Webcodesk using pre-created React components and business logic.

The final application will include the home page with user details and two pages for user login and for creating a new account.

Try here the application demo: webcodesk-auth-tutorial.firebaseapp.com

Here are the steps you will go through in the tutorial:

last edited 2019-04-04

Beginner Tutorial

Once you've installed Webcodesk on your local machine, it's time to run Webcodesk and create a Web application.

We're going to implement a single page Web application with simplest Firebase authentication routines.

This tutorial does not require any knowledge of React or Firebase. We want to show you here only how rapidly you can create the Web application in Webcodesk using pre-created React components and business logic.

The final application will include the home page with user details and two pages for user login and for creating a new account.

Try here the application demo: webcodesk-auth-tutorial.firebaseapp.com

Here are the steps you will go through in the tutorial: