Firebase connector allows is a Backend-as-a-Service BaaS that started as a YC11 startup and grew up into a next-generation app-development platform on Google Cloud Platform.
Configure the connector with the following details:
- APIKey(Required) – A key of the server computer that receives and serves existing cryptographic keys to users or other programs.
- AuthDomain(Required) – Auth domainst. Firebase Authentication provides backend services
- ProjectID(Required) – A unique identifier for a project that is used only within the console.
- StorageBucket(Optional) – Buckets are the basic containers that hold your data. Everything that you store in Cloud Storage must be contained in a bucket.
- Messaging Sender ID(Required) – Unique numerical value used to identify each sender that can send Firebase Cloud Messaging messages to client apps
- AppID(Required) – App-ID, a patented lassification system only available in Palo Alto Networks firewalls, determines what an application is irrespective of port, protocol, encryption (SSH or SSL) or any other evasive tactic used by the application.
- MeasurementID – An ID automatically created when you enable Analytics in your Firebase project and register a web app.
- Service Account Web(.json)(Required) – json contains developer credentials and configuration settings, which is needed to verify while connecting with GoogleApiClient.
- Service Account Android(.json)(Required) – json contains developer credentials and configuration settings, which is needed to verify while connecting with GoogleApiClient
- Service Account iOS (.plist)(Required) – GoogleService-info plist file is a file that the users can download when a third party service such as Firebase, is used.
|Same as DEBUG||Checkbox that captures the configuration details of the debug mode if checked|
|Test Connection||Sends Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) echo request packets, or pings to one or more remote computers and returns the echo response replies.|