Of course! And to be more precise, i do mean shares info across distributions. Not apps I am creating. What i would like to use firebase DB for, is parents i work with who use my data collection app. I would love to be able for each others app to update in realtime as the other parent makes a change. I want this to occur based on signing in with the same email address/username on a different device. so in essence, if parent 1 makes a mark, parent 2 will see it because they share a realtimeDB key that looks like /username/data/
right now with clouds, you cant include the username in the cloud variable name. If i can’t specify whose variable it is, how can i keep these all separated by user.
here is a very basic example. Maybe you can fill me in on how to make these private but across devices that i install this on, the same variable will show on this screen. “screen 2”
you should see the value @Mark
when you open the app and click the button.
Is there a way to make the cloud variable specific to a user?
I would love to be able to set the username as part of the variable. Or if there is a firebase login being used, that whoever is logged into the app, that their login info is associated with any cloud variable in the app if the developer wanted.
on the other hand, this works for my needs but can be complicated to use sometimes