Firebase lab (total 120 points)
For this lab, implement the following screen meeting these specs (link to design), use the previous lab as your starting point.
1. Integrating with firebase
(total 45 points)
When a user accepts or rejects an invitation the appropriate firebase objects are updated or deleted. Spend some time talking with your partner about how you would structure, collections and JSON objects.
Also, think about what queries you could run to get the information that you need. You don’t have to create new collections to represent categories. You can do this with querying.
1.2.1 As a user I can click the accept button to accept an invitation and change is reflected in firebase. (10 points)
Once the user clicks the accept button the Invitation should flash green for 1 second and then disappear. After clicking accept/reject, the next pending (if any) invitation replaces the original invitation.
1.2.2 As a user I can click the reject button on an invitation and the change is reflected in firebase. (10 points)
The screen below shows the design for the invitation screen. This is the screen that the user will see when they click on any part of the invitation card (not including the Accept or Decline sections). The screen is intended to provide the user with an overview of the events as well as a map including directions on how to get to the event.
2.1.1 As a user I can navigate to the invitation screen by clicking on the invitation card on the home screen. (20 points)
Practice with Expo Components.
Remember that expo provides a list of components that makes integrating feature like this really easy. Check the documentation: https://docs.expo.io/versions/latest/sdk/map-view/
To make it easier for a user to decide if they will accept a dinner invitation, we would like to show them a map of location relative to their current location. Assume The longitude and Latitude are available as part of the Invitation object, like in the example.
2.2.1 As a user I can see a marker on the screen displaying the location of the current event. (25 points)
In addition to displaying the location of the event. It would also be useful if the user can see the current location.