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  1. Currently in A/B Testing users can set activation and goal events using only event names.

    It would be awesome to have an option to use a generic event with its params. Eg. using a screen_view event with screen_name as activation event for entering a specific screen instead of creating a custom event just for testing purpose.

    It would be beneficial for heavy A/B Testing users, especially taking into account that they can create only 500 custom event names. And don't make me tell you that creating a custom event or two for every A/B test can burn those 500 event…

    5 votes

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  2. Instead of making us create inefficient solutions/workarounds ourselves, it would be nice if a convenient API was provided for this functionality.

    For example, transfer col1/doc1/col2 and all its children to col1/doc2/col2

    8 votes

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  3. The device selector mentioned here: https://firebase.google.com/docs/analytics/debugview#device_selector consist of only generic device names (e.g. x86 64 for iOS simulator). For our app we can see many sessions (e.g. 6/8 right now) and all of them show "x86 64". It always takes few minutes to find "my" session for debugging.
    It would be nice to have a way e.g. to customize device name (e.g. via Firebase API Analytics.setDeviceName("Przemyslaw's simulator")) so a developer could find their session immediately.

    3 votes

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  4. In order to catch Firebase redirect URL like https://<app>.firebaseapp.com/__/auth/handler Windows requires windows-app-web-link JSON file to bedclared in the root like https://<app>.firebaseapp.com/windows-app-web-link
    https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/uwp/launch-resume/web-to-app-linking

    5 votes

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  5. I want to ask documentation on how to reduce the number of unnecessary reads. eg. my product data

    let query = store.collection("products");

    Assuming I have 500 products, one user click on get products = 500 reads ? If 100 users click that function, then all my quota is gone in 1 minute. Is that right?

    How can I overcome this.

    Please provide a full example. I have seen Mr Duckworth's presentation in a firebase event, but could not see a good example.

    1 vote

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  6. Create Firebase A/B Testing Experiments through Firebase API or Firebase SDK

    Please provide some provision to create A/B testing experiments programmatically. Apart from Firebase console, it is good to create A/B testing experiments through API or SDK or any other way?

    Please check.

    3 votes

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  7. I've used both Firestore and MongoDB's Realm Device Sync. While Firestore works great in terms of scaling, the performance and speed for client side write is far behind realm, especially when client side is doing some batch writes.

    Realm uses techniques like data compression and delta sync to reduce the data size when uploading (https://www.mongodb.com/docs/atlas/app-services/sync/details/protocol/), I'd like to see Firestore doing the same and improve the performance of client side batch write.

    Also, what I've noticed is that Firestore's client side write performance degrades a lot after some time being offline, this isn't great for apps that would…

    5 votes

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  8. We'd like to have the possibility to expand the schema [0] of the exported table from Firebase to BigQuery, in such a way that the following information appears in the exported table to BigQuery:

    “ALLSENDS, REMOTENOTIFICATIONRECEIVED, REMOTENOTIFICATIONDISPLAY, REMOTENOTIFICATION_OPEN, Impressions, Notification Title, Notification Text and Languages for campaign”.

    [0] https://firebase.google.com/docs/cloud-messaging/understand-delivery?platform=ios#what-data-exported

    1 vote

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  9. use remote config firebase API to open remote config AB tests in an easy way from in house systems.

    7 votes

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  10. Currently there is only a list of error codes the Admin SDK can receive, not for the web sdk.

    4 votes

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  11. It would be great to be able to configure static MFA validation codes / phone numbers for testing in the emulator, like in the normal firebase auth product.

    This would make testing an application with automated tests a lot easier.

    2 votes

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  12. It would be great to be able to configure static MFA validation codes / phone numbers for testing in the emulator, like in the normal firebase auth product.

    This would make testing an application with automated tests a lot easier.

    1 vote

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  13. When a project grows to a certain size, you'll likely have many indexes with associated queries.

    However, queries change, or get removed, and currently there's no way to see if an index could be safely removed, after a query is; which would be a great feature.

    4 votes

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  14. 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…

    17 votes

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  15. I need crashlytics to track crashes of my SDK not the crashes of the app which is implementing my SDK

    1 vote

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  16. Ability to select and copy fields and values in firestore document, more like making everything selectable text.

    4 votes

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  17. Time-to-first-byte from Firebase Functions is usually slow (more than 500ms) even without cold start, sometimes (with cold starts) TTFB becomes absolutely unacceptable for projects where performance is important. SSRed HTML is also not Brotli compressed as static files.
    This is a really big problem to deploy SSR web apps to Firebase IMO, and cache SWR at the CDN layer (edge) would solve it perfectly.

    4 votes

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  18. Console has become laggy and returns a wait for page to load alert if a document has to many fields

    4 votes

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  19. I work for a company that enable people to record sports using video and the storage footprint are often very huge (10GB+). While building an app for iOS, I notice that Firebase don't support continuing uploads across process restarts on iOS which is a major deal-breaker for continuing using Cloud Storage for Firebase.
    I see support for this on Android and I will encourage you to add this to iOS in the future. Ref: https://firebase.google.com/docs/storage/android/upload-files#continuing_uploads_across_process_restarts

    6 votes

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  20. I work for a company that enable people to record sports using video and the storage footprint are often very huge (10GB+). While building an app for iOS, I notice that Firebase don't support continuing uploads across process restarts on iOS which is a major deal-breaker for continuing using Cloud Storage for Firebase.
    I see support for this on Android and I will encourage you to add this to iOS in the future. Ref: https://firebase.google.com/docs/storage/android/upload-files#continuing_uploads_across_process_restarts

    2 votes

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