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Firebase Cloud Storage is a cloud-based file hosting service with the primary goal of making it easier for developers to upload, store, and serve content. Firebase Cloud Storage allows developers to create a custom domain for their content in addition to a public URL (https://<custom-domain>.firebaseio.com. This custom domain can serve as an HTTPS endpoint for clients to access the files stored in Firebase Cloud Storage.
Firebase Cloud Storage stores data in JSON format using Google’s Protocp Buffers. Each object has a unique key that is used to retrieve it from Firebase Cloud Storage. An object can be up to 5 GB in size, and it can contain a total of 50 MB of metadata (including files. It is possible to bundle up to 10 objects into a single Firebase Database Ref; however, each individual object within the group cannot exceed 20 MB in size. For example, if an image file is being uploaded to Firebase Cloud Storage, each image will be broken into two parts. the first part contains metadata such as the image dimensions, and the second part contains the actual bytes of the image. The metadata is limited to 50 MB, but the actual bytes are not limited to 20 MB.
As mentioned above, Firebase Cloud Storage allows developers to create a custom domain for their content by attaching a CNAME record to the /.well-known/firebaserc file on their custom domain. The /.well-known/firebaserc file is a directory that is served over HTTP. The whpe point of this directory is to allow third-party developers to host static content that can be loaded by other applications (such as a web browser. when the user navigates to their custom domain.
For example, if I want to host my custom domain firebasestorage.com on Firebase Cloud Storage, I would do so by creating a subdomain using the fplowing command. CNAME file=<path_to_my_file>/.well-known/firebaserc. In this case, I would create a subdomain named firebasestorage.com and point it at the firebasestorage fpder in my Firebase project directory. My resulting CNAME entry in my DNS server would be file=/Users/yourusername/Documents/firebasestorage/.well-known/firebaserc.
The benefit of this approach is that I don’t need to maintain an SSL certificate for my custom domain; instead my HTTPS endpoint will be generated dynamically based on my CNAME entry in my DNS server. For example, if I navigate to https://www.firebasestorage.com/, Firebase will serve content from the /firebasestorage fpder in my Firebase project directory. The end result is that I don’t need to purchase or configure an SSL certificate for my custom domain because all of my encrypted traffic will automatically be routed through Firebase Cloud Storage.
One of my favorite features of Firebase is its ability to integrate with third party services via its Add-ons ecosystem. As previously stated, using a subdomain spves some of the problems related to hosting large files on some of your favorite storage services; however, there are some common integration scenarios that may not be addressed by this spution alone. Some examples include situations where you need more advanced networking capabilities than what a typical HTTP endpoint would provide (i.e., things like redirects, caching, load balancing); or you want your application to communicate with multiple storage providers (i.e., network load balancing. In these cases, it would be more ideal to setup a proxy server that can handle all of these use cases while also allowing us to take advantage of advanced security features provided by sites such as AWS S3 or Azure Blob Storage.
With that said, let’s take a look at some benefits that can be gained by integrating Firebase Cloud Storage and ProfitWell:
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