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Building Fast Web Experiences with Firebase Hosting (Google I/O '17)

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We all want a fast page load, but there's a lot of factors in the way. Dealing with network latency, managing code size, and serving content to users across the globe in just a few seconds is not an easy task. Firebase Hosting has powerful tools like a global CDN cache and HTTP/2 to help you get your page loaded fast. Come join and pull up the Chrome Dev Tools. This talk will teach you how to profile slow loads and use Firebase Hosting features to speed them up. Watch more Firebase talks at I/O '17 here: https://goo.gl/pmO4Dr See all the talks from Google I/O '17 here: https://goo.gl/D0D4VE Subscribe to the Firebase channel: https://goo.gl/9giPHG #io17 #GoogleIO #GoogleIO2017
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Abhijeet Bharti (2 months ago)
hello I am trying to connect to connect custom domain with firebase web hosting but it always shows "needs setup". Please help me
Andrew Gremlich (1 year ago)
Firebase just keeps on getting cooler! :D
Rasmus U. Relling (1 year ago)
Great video, but the code at the end using expressjs does not work on Cloud Functions (?) And I think there are typos in code also. Am I doing something wrong? I have included express in package.json. When I depoly firebase, not even the NewJS-way works; the console just returns an error on "import * ... " . What have I missed. I can use whatever NodeJS I want in Cloud Functions right? Please explain why Cloud Functions does not support the code explained/given in the video. thanks
Rasmus U. Relling (1 year ago)
The code given at 21:03
Felix Rene (1 year ago)
With all the new hosting Features, is it already possible to host a full node app on there?
Dark Magician (4 months ago)
Basically yes
Fikri Taswin (1 year ago)
Felix Rene good question, somebody answer this please..
Susilo harjo (1 year ago)
How do I download files which have been deploy
Denis TRUFFAUT (1 year ago)
Firebase Hosting as Cloud Functions gateway (20m50s / 22m07s) ... Great ! :D
Sam Matthews (1 year ago)
Is it still the case that say I wanted a different web App (functionally, but sharing the same auth, database etc, say project 'A') in three different subdomains, I would need a separate project for each? In that case do I use the same firebase config from project A in the other two Apps / projects? Does that then clash with environment configuration of the other two projects? This is the one thing I'm still quite confused by / apprehensive about with hosting. Thanks Edit: To clarify, something like the Firebase website itself, whee you have firebase.google.com and console.firebase.google.com, which presumably are two different apps, how would that be implemented in the context of this setup? Thanks
Don't Read this (1 year ago)
11:27 DID YOU NEED A CALCULATOR TO DO 6 x 4??
ShamilHPC (1 year ago)
Don't Read this he was making a joke :p
David East (1 year ago)
Don't Read this I ran out of fingers and toes.
Nacho Fernández (1 year ago)
Great to see David again!
Firebase database is schemaless♪♫♪♫
jasan (1 year ago)
Quite excited about this new feature. Would love a more detailed blog post/Live Coding session for React+redux progressive web app
Sam Matthews (1 year ago)
David mentioned next js, I think for more involved apps (redux etc) the paradigm may be cloud functions - express - next, or maybe just cloud functions - next and the express aspect can be ommitted I'm not sure.
jasan (1 year ago)
thanks Michael. additionally any suggestions of how to extend the SSR sample with firebase auth and redux?
Sam Matthews (1 year ago)
interesting thanks
Michael Bleigh (1 year ago)
Check out https://github.com/firebase/functions-samples/tree/master/isomorphic-react-app for an example of an isomorphic React app.
Sam Matthews (1 year ago)
Yeah also with next js. I'm going to start experimenting with the whole combo this weekend
Fronbasal (1 year ago)
David is definitely my favorite Googler c:
Daniel Alvarez (1 year ago)
Is it possible to host Angular Universal Project in Firebase Hosting?
David Fawcett (1 year ago)
@23:48 David East mentions you can run Angular Universal with Firebase dynamic hosting so I'd expect that you can.
Michael Bleigh (1 year ago)
Yep! Using the new Cloud Functions integration, totally doable. We're hoping the Angular team will have some tips and tricks on how to do just that soon, so stay tuned!

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