Easy, 100% FREE Webflow Site Hosting with Firebase

Hosting With Webflow – Easy, 100% FREE Webflow Site Hosting with Firebase


Easy, 100% FREE Webflow Site Hosting with Firebase

Hosting With Webflow

In this video I show you the trick I use to host my Webflow sites for free using Firebase Hosting.

If you want a fully codeless way to host your Webflow site for free check out my video on Netlify here

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For instructions on how to get this working on Windows and MacOS go to
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Firebase hosting get started:

Install Node.js and NPM on Mac, Windows and linux:

Bash script I used:

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22 thoughts on “Hosting With Webflow – Easy, 100% FREE Webflow Site Hosting with Firebase

  1. How about D – all the above. Haha great video Jason. I would like to see the CMS + Firebase series. I am curious about the best way to host Webflow sites using another CMS besides there. I also thought of using WordPress backend with a web flow front end. Then just make calls to the backend to retrieve data like blog posts etc.

  2. Hi jason is there anyway to get in touch with you via email ? I needed some help with the above video .. I am using Windows 10 and I did see the "link" above for windows .. but i am facing some issues .. would be really helpful if you revert

  3. Do collection images still load using this message? I just deployed a new install and am seeing the default placeholder image (where the thumnail is set to collect image from collection)

  4. Great tutorial! So I can technically get the website that I made from Webflow even if I only have free account(Can't export code using free account) by using your bash script? Right? Coz it grabs and make the file from webflow website.

  5. Jason, you said 2 months ago: "You can’t export a Webflow site with CMS data. This video shows copying your published site which means that all data, cms or not, is copied." Understand that, however the question I have is, does the mobile coding/css migrate as well. Ie, is my mobile view going to be the same in this method or would you just have a large desktop page with the items moving? Thanks!

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