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  1. Currently the Firestore API supports FieldValue.increment() to atomically increment or decrement a numeric value. I propose to add:

    • FieldValue.max(value): if the provided value is greater than the existing value on the server, then the field on the server takes this value. If it is less than the existing value, then the existing value remains.

    • FieldValue.min(value): (the opposite) if the provided value is less than the existing value on the server, then the field on the server takes this value. If it is greater than the existing value, then the existing value remains.

    These operators should work on numeric fields AND…

    12 votes

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  2. 14 votes

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  3. Squarespace has a featured for "site-wide password protection" which is useful for staging unlaunched websites for stakeholders to review. This would help guard against any potential leaks.

    Figma also has a feature similar to this.

    We currently have to create a custom express.js server with an authentication middleware, but this is undesirable for several reasons:

    • We'd have to re-create all of firebase hosting's serving features (i18n fallbacks, redirects, pretty urls, etc.)
    • We can't easily test endpoints that are proxied to Functions/GCR
    14 votes

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  4. 15 votes

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  5. 14 votes

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  6. 15 votes

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  7. 15 votes

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

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  9. 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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  10. See https://github.com/google/android-fhir/issues/2218:

    For e.g. public open source projects, it would be very useful if Firebase Test Lab IAM could be configured to allow making Test Results, with records and what not, fully publicly accessible.

    According to the discussion on Firebase Support Case 10251960, "Making test results publicly available is something that's not yet possible on our end. "

    3 votes

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  11. Afaik there is currently no standard way to a) document the structure and organization of Firestore collections and documents stored in a project expected by apps which use it, and b) share the model definition across languages and platforms. Instead, each client requires its own implementation of the app-specific model and conversion to/from Firestore's model which needs to be kept up-to-date as the system involves.

    If there were a way to share this model (for ex. proto, JSON schema, other) and easily use it from Firestore APIs, it would reduce dev and maintenance cost and improve developer experience.

    2 votes

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  12. Bring in Edge Runtime for functions to perform high performance tasks in the edge cloud for faster responses.

    13 votes

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  13. Pinned functions of previous releases keep their minInstances setting. E.g. after deploying 10 times with a minInstances setting of 1, there will be 10 idling instances but only the newest revision handles all the traffic. Yet the remaining 9 instances' idle time is billed as well because the function is still addressable through the revision tag.

    This also affects the maxInstances setting: With a maxInstances setting of 10, the newest Cloud Run revision which handles 100% of the traffic won't be able to scale anymore.

    As far as I know, the only way to handle this right now is to…

    5 votes

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  14. Add an official API to support cache invalidation via resource URL, header, or tag.

    The rate limit to such an API should be high enough to support what people already do with the non-official API to invalidate by URL.

    12 votes

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  15. Jvm languages are not supported in Cloud Functions today, so developers need to use more than one language in their code base.

    12 votes

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  16. I'd like to have an option to install an extension for certain project in my code base.

    For example, I want to use algolia search extension on a collection that will only only exists in dev project, but I ended up deploying this extension in prod as well.

    I can't seem to find a way not to deploy extensions that are meant to be in dev only to prod.

    1 vote

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  17. There is a limit of 200 indexes per database currently. Sometimes I create indexes in development that never get used again. I do not want to delete indexes "I think are not being used". Having a "Last Used" column for indexes would allow me to know whether or not I can delete an index.

    4 votes

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  18. 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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  19. DynamicLink Analytics Data don't have number of app install,

    but another data such as number of click, number of execution exists,

    I don't know why i cannot watch number of app install

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  20. In Analytics Conversions
    Why can’t I find the unity ads network in the advertising network settings?

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