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SEO Introduction - Black Hat & White Hat SEO

Post was published on 2019-02-04

SEO, How? What? Why? A very quick brief on SEO and the difference between the Black hat and White hat approach. The start of a new saga have a quick read and let us know what you think.


C# Application Deleting Specific Parent and Child Nodes in Firebase

Post was published on 2018-11-25

A question that is often asked evolves around in one of the previous posts where we are taken through how to delete data within the Firebase database. In the post we go through how to delete all data within the database. This Can be a useful feature if you are wanting to carry out an entire wipe and clear out everything. But in the real world it wouldnt make much sense. And so in this post we are quickly going through the deletion of only specific parent and child nodes.


Authenticating Your C# Application with the Firebase Database

Post was published on 2018-11-24

In todays post we will be going through one of the ways we can have some form of basic authentication implemented in to any project. This form of authentication can be applied wherever you want, whether it be you are Posting, Patching, Deleting and more. Keep your project safe and allow only those you want to have permission to access data within your database.


C# Application to Firebase Database - Retrieving Parent & Individual Child Nodes

Post was published on 2018-11-18

A very quick one where we will be going through the process of retrieving parent and child nodes from the Firebase database using a C# application. In order to insert or update parent and child nodes please do have a read on our previous post where we go through this. Please do also ensure your database does not currently contain any base-64 keys as parent nodes as it will make this function extremely tedious and near enough possible.


C# Application to Firebase Database - Inserting Parent & Child Nodes (Removal of Base-64 Keys)

Post was published on 2018-11-11

Welcome back to a new post here at Scriptopia, today we will be going through the adding of child nodes to the firebase database as well as declaring a parent. This has been a huge request and is an effective way of structuring multiple pieces of data in a schema-free environment.


C# Application to Firebase Database - Retrieving The Entire JSON Tree

Post was published on 2018-09-11

In todays article we will go through how to retrieve all data from Googles Firebase database using a C# application, this article will not however go through the retrieving specific or individual data but rather we will be returning the entire Json tree. Again as explained in all posts and articles before there is no database authentication being used in this example.


C# Application to Firebase Database - Retrieving Updated Data

Post was published on 2018-09-08

In this post we will be going through the way in which you can go about retrieving updated data in Googles Firebase database using a C# application. Retrieving data has been an extremely large request and so its finally here. Please note that if you are wanting to retrieve data that is being posted or inserted in to Firebase the code will need some tweaking and will need to have some changes made. We will be going through this in the next article.


C# Application to Firebase Database - Deleting Data

Post was published on 2018-06-26

In this post we will go through very quickly as to how you can go about deleting data in Googles Firebase using C#, the code presented in the following essentially flushes the entire database or whichever project you may have the web request pointing towards



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SEO Introduction - Black Hat & White Hat SEO

SEO, How? What? Why? A very quick brief on SEO and the difference between the Black hat and White hat approach. The start of a new saga have a quick read and let us know what you think.


Authenticating Your C# Application with the Firebase Database

In todays post we will be going through one of the ways we can have some form of basic authentication implemented in to any project. This form of authentication can be applied wherever you want, whether it be you are Posting, Patching, Deleting and more. Keep your project safe and allow only those you want to have permission to access data within your database.


C# Application to Firebase Database - Retrieving The Entire JSON Tree

In todays article we will go through how to retrieve all data from Googles Firebase database using a C# application, this article will not however go through the retrieving specific or individual data but rather we will be returning the entire Json tree. Again as explained in all posts and articles before there is no database authentication being used in this example.


C# Application to Firebase Database - Retrieving Updated Data

In this post we will be going through the way in which you can go about retrieving updated data in Googles Firebase database using a C# application. Retrieving data has been an extremely large request and so its finally here. Please note that if you are wanting to retrieve data that is being posted or inserted in to Firebase the code will need some tweaking and will need to have some changes made. We will be going through this in the next article.