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  1. Remote Config is extremely powerful, but to have the same features for server-side feature flagging and A/B testing we have to use something like LaunchDarkly which is a. Expensive b. Another set of SDK & libraries to add to both frontend and backend.

    Where Firebase provides remote config, A/B testing, and personalization with the power of Google Analytics and Google's ML capability I think it's obvious Remote config Admin SDK will provide a significant benefit. Since analytics and remote config is already used in frontend it's a no-brainer to add them to the backend and provide a seamless end-to-end user…

    29 votes

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  2. As we get the whole document when it is created, it would be nice to get it as well when it gets updated.

    Example:
    Online game where 4 people join together. In document, we have a list of players with their names. These names should be displayed for all players. Last user joins closing the session. To get the rest of the names after update the document with this last player, I need to do an extra read.

    Problem:
    I am making an entra call for every player, affecting my quota limitation.

    Solution:
    Return updated document.

    6 votes

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    0 comments  ·  Firestore  ·  Admin →
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  3. It would be useful to allow creating A/B tests based on Remote Config for the web platform, since Google Optimize is going to be sunset later this year.

    48 votes

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  4. This idea is to support desktop in production apps for the C++ SDK and Unity SDK.

    If this doesn't fit with your scenario, please leave a comment or create a specific idea.
    NOTE: There is already desktop support (for Windows and Linux) for Flutter and Dart (via the Firebase Flutter SDK) idea in user voice.

    50 votes

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    5 comments  ·  SDKs  ·  Admin →
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  5. In Firebase's Firestore, a user with write access to a project can simply delete any document and even a whole collection with multiple documents with a single click. This is a major security problem as any of my team member may end up deleting a whole collection with millions of documents in under a minute, through the Firebase console.

    I would like to request for a feature to disable this.

    To be clear - The possibility to grant write access without delete access. Currently, if I am not mistaken, through the User and Permissions panel it's kind of "all or…

    6 votes

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  6. I would like the option to be able to receive trending stability notifications via the slack integration

    16 votes

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    2 comments  ·  Crashlytics  ·  Admin →
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  7. Problem

    When filling out the form to add a Slack webhook URL for a Crashlytics project the form only allows URLs that begin with https://hooks.slack.com/..., however, some companies have their own proxy URLs to manage the Slack webhooks for their enterprise Slack instance (e.g. https://hooks.mycompanydomain.com/...).

    Feature request

    Please relax the client-side only form validation to allow other hostnames besides "hooks.slack.com".

    7 votes

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  8. Firestore does not support any actual CDC (Change Data Capture). A changestream similar to other NoSQL implementations (Mongo, DocumentDB, Azure Cosmos DB) would make the database a lot more usable and grant feature parity with other popular NoSQL databases. This changestream would expose operations like updates, inserts, and deletes for a client to come and retrieve from either a timestamp or a resume token.

    6 votes

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  9. 48 votes

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  10. 44 votes

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  11. 41 votes

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  12. 41 votes

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  13. Would be great to have the option to integrate crashlytics alerts with google chat

    4 votes

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  14. 37 votes

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  15. If Firebase cannot support some kind of changestream implementation, it should include metadata on each document that includes a "last updated" timestamp. Then clients can query against this field to only retrieve "new" changes (Inserts, Updates). It lacks support for delete capture but is the next best thing after a changestream.

    5 votes

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  16. Web OTP support increased phone authorization conversion significantly.
    Currently, We are not able to customize SMS messages to comply
    https://developer.chrome.com/en/articles/web-otp/#format

    33 votes

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  17. 1st gen cloud functions can access auth info via context.auth as described here: https://firebase.google.com/docs/database/extend-with-functions?gen=1st#accessing_user_authentication_information

    But 2nd gen cloud functions is yet to have the same function.

    19 votes

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  18. I am submitting a feature request to introduce a 'unique()' operator in Firestore's security rules, offering a streamlined method to enforce data uniqueness within collections. This operator would not only simplify validation and potentially reduce reads by leveraging Firestore's hidden index table, but also eliminate the need for a separate cloud function, similar to the 'get()' and 'exists()' operations.

    Background:

    At present, ensuring data uniqueness in Firestore often requires workarounds that are less than optimal and can impact scalability.

    Feature Proposal:

    The proposed 'unique()' operator would operate much like the 'exists()' operation, but with a focus on reading Firestore's concealed…

    14 votes

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  19. Currently Firebase supports JSON & NoSQL Datastore which is a cool thing, but what is currently a pain point is that for building more complex apps with a lot of linked data is such an hassle with NoSQL Databases.

    This is one reason people are pivoting from Firebase for anything long term, if there is a way to host relational data like a SQL instance (Postgres/MySQL) it will make firebase an Ideal solution for apps of any scale.

    I would also happy to share some of the case studies of business which are looking forward to this specific thing.

    30 votes

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  20. 35 votes

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