Adding/Edit a pod file after initial init “firebase”
So when I installed the pod file into my project I forgot to add in FirebaseDatabase and now I want to add it in how do I do that? Will going through the pod init process again mess things up?
Photo Of My Pod File:
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Solutions Collect From Internet About “Adding/Edit a pod file after initial init “firebase””
You Should just add the new pod you want, and run:
And it would work, and won`t mess up you code.
Iy will Update (If necessary) Older Pods, and Install New Ones.
You should not Run pod init, just pod install.
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