Deploying to Firebase Hosting from GitHub - Firecasts

Hosting From Github – Deploying to Firebase Hosting from GitHub – Firecasts


Deploying to Firebase Hosting from GitHub – Firecasts

Hosting From Github

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Deploying to Firebase Hosting from GitHub – Firecasts

31 thoughts on “Hosting From Github – Deploying to Firebase Hosting from GitHub – Firecasts

  1. I really enjoy each and every one of your tutorials! 4:48 – I'd recommend to not use after_success for repos where you'll be doing pull requests. By using the .travis.yml below Travis CI will not deploy on after each successful PR and wait until that PR is merged into master before deploying.
    before_deploy: "npm run build"
    deploy:
    provider: firebase
    token:
    secure: secret
    project: secret
    skip_cleanup: true

  2. I have been having issues deploying my angular2 app. Once deployed and I visited the link, it shows just loading.. without my actually contents being displayed. What is the issues with that? Thanks

  3. Dear David, I need your help, I do everything to deploy firebase, with no correct result, please i want to contact you directly or by email, i need your help to solve this problem, I will appreciate if you respond to me

  4. In case it helps anyone else, it isn't shown in the video but you might need to specify your firebase project in the .travis.yml along with the token:

    firebase deploy –project your_project_id –token $FIREBASE_TOKEN

  5. Thanks David. With a bit of extra searching and adding in commands like ng build –prod, I was able to get my Angular 2 (CLI) app auto-deploying to Firebase Hosting from GitHub 🙂

  6. In my system where i have repository I try this command 'firebase init' this is not working i tried these few comands
    $ sudo apt-get install travis
    $ npm install -g firebase-tools
    $ npm update -g firebase-tools
    $ npm install firebase-init –save
    but nothing get any solution would you like to tell me how I should initialize (firebase init) like you are showing in video.

  7. Please do a comprehensive tutorial on Google App Engine + Node.js + Firebase! There are no examples or documentation of this specific combo, despite being advertised as possible on the Pricing page ("There are many security-enhancing, latency-improving, and time-saving benefits to using Google Cloud with Firebase"). We want to be able to write our own backend logic with Firebase, and would love some best practices for deploying a full stack app, with frontend being deployed to the CDN and backend on GAE.

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