Tracking your Firebase hosting bandwidth, & Firestore reference fields #AskFirebase

Hosting on Firebase – Tracking your Firebase hosting bandwidth, & Firestore reference fields #AskFirebase


Tracking your Firebase hosting bandwidth, & Firestore reference fields #AskFirebase

Hosting on Firebase

Welcome back to another episode of #AskFirebase! In this episode, Jen Person, and Abe Haskins (Firebase Developer Programs Engineer) discuss tracking Firebase Hosting bandwidth usage, and how to properly use Firestore reference fields. Watch to learn more about these topics, and be sure to check out the docs below for more info on Cloud Stackdriver Logging, and Monitoring.

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1:33 “#AskFirebase Is there a way to track Firebase Hosting bandwidth usage with more statistics than just total bandwidth? If not, what do you recommend for getting more detailed analytics and statistics?”

4:34 “#askfirebase what are Firestore reference fields for and how do you use them? I believe they’re some sort of foreign key which return the related object, but I can’t access the returned object’s fields…?”

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