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Integrate Firebase Cloud Storage with ProfitWell

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About Firebase Cloud Storage

Cloud Storage Store and serve files at Google scale.

About ProfitWell

ProfitWell is a cloud-based app that provides users with all their financial and subscription metrics in one place.

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Best ways to Integrate Firebase Cloud Storage + ProfitWell

  • Firebase Cloud Storage Integration ProfitWell Integration

    Firebase Cloud Storage + ProfitWell

    Add Customer in ProfitWell when New File Within Cloud Storage is created in Cloud Storage Read More...
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  • Firebase Cloud Storage Integration ProfitWell Integration

    Firebase Cloud Storage + ProfitWell

    Churn Subscription in ProfitWell when New File Within Cloud Storage is created in Cloud Storage Read More...
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  • Firebase Cloud Storage Integration ProfitWell Integration

    Firebase Cloud Storage + ProfitWell

    Get Customer Info in ProfitWell when New File Within Cloud Storage is created in Cloud Storage Read More...
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    ProfitWell Integration Get Customer Info
  • Firebase Cloud Storage Integration ProfitWell Integration

    Firebase Cloud Storage + ProfitWell

    Upgrade or Downgrade Subscription in ProfitWell when New File Within Cloud Storage is created in Cloud Storage Read More...
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  • Firebase Cloud Storage Integration Gmail Integration

    Firebase Cloud Storage + Gmail

    Create Draft to Gmail from New File Within Cloud Storage in Cloud Storage Read More...
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Connect Firebase Cloud Storage + ProfitWell in easier way

It's easy to connect Firebase Cloud Storage + ProfitWell without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New File Within Cloud Storage

    New File Within Cloud Storage

    Actions
  • Upload File in Cloud Storage

    Upload File in Cloud Storage

  • Add Customer

    Add a new customer on your profitwell account.

  • Churn Subscription

    Churn Subscription.

  • Get Customer Info

    Get MRR and plan info on customer.

  • Upgrade or Downgrade Subscription

    Upgrade or downgrade subscription

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Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on July 01, 2022 5:55 am

How Firebase Cloud Storage & ProfitWell Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Firebase Cloud Storage as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick ProfitWell as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Firebase Cloud Storage to ProfitWell.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Firebase Cloud Storage and ProfitWell

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:

  • Advanced networking capabilities. ProfitWell enables developers to manage their revenue or usage data from multiple sources in one place using its API or one of its integrations (such as Zapier. For example, ProfitWell allows you to keep track of your app’s revenue from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store in one centralized location by using its API. ProfitWell also provides an API for pulling data from your app’s ads provider(s), such as AdMob or AdCpony. However, in order for ProfitWell to pull data from third party sources, it must first authenticate with those services with its own API Key and API Secret; ProfitWell then uses its own API Key and API Secret when authenticating with your app’s ad provider(s. Since we cannot use our app’s authentication credentials when authenticating with ProfitWell’s API, we need to create another set of credentials for ProfitWell’s API integration with our app. In order for ProfitWell’s API integration with our app to work properly, we need a way for our app’s authentication credentials (which are registered with our app’s ad provider(s). to communicate with ProfitWell’s API in order for ProfitWell’s API integration with our app to work properly. This communication happens via a proxy server which allows us to use our app’s authentication credentials when communicating with our app’s ad provider(s. while still allowing us to take advantage of ProfitWell’s API integration with our app by using our app’s authentication credentials when communicating with ProfitWell’s API. By setting up a proxy server between our app and our ad provider(s), we are able to interface with multiple third party services (such as ProfitWell. without having to share sensitive information about our users (like their username and password. with those third party services; and we are also able to have fine grained contrp over how we send data from our app and/or third party services (like ProfitWell. out onto the internet and vice versa; for instance, we can choose whether or not to enable compression or gzip compression on our connection between our app and third party services (like ProfitWell. Setting up a proxy server also allows us to take advantage of other advanced networking features such as caching, redirection, load balancing, etc.; but most importantly setting up a proxy server allows us to take advantage of advanced security features provided by other sites such as AWS S3 or Azure Blob Storage while still taking advantage of profit insights provided by ProfitWell’s API integration with our app via its proxy server. For example, the proxy server could route all requests going outbound to AWS S3 or Azure Blob Storage over HTTPS while still allowing requests coming inbound from AWS S3 or Azure Blob Storage over HTTP; this would allow us to take advantage of HTTPS encryption while still being able to take advantage of price differences between HTTP and HTTPS transfers between AWS S3 or Azure Blob Storage & ProfitWell’s proxy server (i.e., HTTPS transfers are typically charged at higher rates than HTTP transfers on Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure respectively. In addition, since AWS S3 or Azure Blob Storage make use of access tokens for identification purposes instead of cookies or session identifiers, we could actually create multiple AWS IAM Access Keys or Azure Active Directory Tokens specifically for use with ProfitWell’s proxy server; these tokens would contain specific access rights that would allow only certain AWS S3 or Azure Blob Storage resources (i.e., specific buckets or blobs. on behalf of certain users (i.e., specific app users. on certain devices (i.e., specific devices associated with specific users. This would give us fine grained contrp over which devices and users were allowed read & write access on which resources and which devices were allowed read only access on which resources; this level of granularity would go above and beyond what is currently available when using either AWS S3 or Azure Blob Storage directly; moreover this level of granularity would not even be possible if we were sharing our app’s authentication credentials directly with AWS S3 or Azure Blob Storage; this would give us complete contrp over what data was being sent out onto the internet from our apps and/or third party services (such as ProfitWell. This level of granularity would allow us to leverage ProfitWell’s API integration with our app without having to maintain an SSL certificate for each of our customers who wanted their usage data from outside companies such as AdMob or AdCpony integrated into ProfitWell; this would save us time & money since we wouldn’t have to maintain SSL certificates for every single customer who wanted this integration! For example, if we were using AWS S3 directly via

The process to integrate Firebase Cloud Storage and ProfitWell may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.