It is now possible to change your app without publishing an update. This course will teach you how to combine Firebase Remote Config with A/B testing so that you can remotely change the behavior of your app, and measure the impact of those changes.
One of the biggest hurdles when it comes to Android development is the release process. Web developers can release new features almost instantly to all of their users, however, the process for an Android application takes a long time, and there is no guarantee that users are ever going to update the app. To combat this problem Google created Firebase Remote Config. In this course, Firebase on Android: Remote Config and A/B Testing, you’ll learn to use Firebase Remote Config and A/B testing that will enable you to improve your app’s performance and user experience. First, you’ll explore Remote Config and see how it can be integrated into the Android project. Next, you’ll discover how to change the behavior of the app using Remote Config flags. Finally, you’ll learn how to use A/B testing to test new features and improve the user experience. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Firebase Remote Config and A/B testing needed to improve your Android application.
Vladimir Jovanović is a passionate Android developer. Since Android 2.2, he has been helping companies have clean and stable Android applications. He currently lives in Berlin and is an active member of Berlin's Android community.
Course Overview Hi, everyone. My name is Vladimir Jovanovic, and welcome to my course, Firebase on Android: Remote Config and A/B Testing. Changing your android application instantly without an update sounds like a dream. And that's exactly what Firebase Remote Config enables you to do. And to help you decide which change would bring the biggest value to you and your application, Firebase also offers a tool called Firebase A/B Testing. In this course you're going to learn how you can enhance your Android application using these two tools. Some of the major topics that we will cover include: Introduction to Remote Config and A/B Testing, Integration of Remote Config into Android applications, and Testing Android Applications Using Firebase A/B Testing. By the end of these course, you'll know how to use the full power of Firebase Remote Config and Firebase A/B Testing to improve your Android application. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with Android basics and have some experience with Android Studio. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn about Remote Config and A/B Testing with Firebase on Android: Remote Config and A/B Testing course at Pluralsight.