use of undeclared identifier 'firapp' react native ios

To resolve the error "use of undeclared identifier 'firapp'" in React Native for iOS, you need to ensure that you have properly imported the necessary libraries and declared the 'firapp' identifier. Here are a few steps you can take to address this issue:

  1. Check if you have imported the necessary libraries:
  2. Make sure you have imported the required Firebase libraries in your file. For example, if you are using Firebase Analytics, you should import the FirebaseAnalytics module: objective-c #import <FirebaseAnalytics/FirebaseAnalytics.h>

  3. Verify if the necessary Firebase configuration is set up:

  4. Ensure that you have properly configured Firebase in your React Native project. This typically involves adding the necessary Firebase configuration files to your iOS project and initializing Firebase in your AppDelegate.m file. ```objective-c #import "AppDelegate.h" #import

  5. (BOOL)application:(UIApplication )application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary )launchOptions { [FIRApp configure]; // Other code... return YES; } ```

  6. Confirm if the 'firapp' identifier is declared:

  7. Make sure that you have declared the 'firapp' identifier before using it in your code. The declaration should typically be done in the scope where you want to use it. For example: objective-c FIRApp *firapp = [FIRApp defaultApp];

By following these steps, you should be able to resolve the "use of undeclared identifier 'firapp'" error in React Native for iOS. Remember to import the necessary libraries, set up the Firebase configuration, and declare the 'firapp' identifier before using it in your code.