Firebase Extensions help you reduce time spent on development, maintenance, and growth of your app.
When you find a Firebase Extension that solves a need for your app or project, all you do is install and configure the extension. With extensions, you don't spend time researching, writing, and debugging the code that implements functionality or automates a task for your app or project.
To install or manage extensions, you need to be a project Owner.
Official Firebase extensions
Firebase creates and tests the collection of official Firebase extensions. These extensions are reliable and secure.
Browse official Firebase extensions
Browse official Firebase extensions from the following sources:
View the source code of an extension
For all the official Firebase extensions, you can sign into the Firebase Extensions source repository to view their source code.
Contents of an extension's source code
You can inspect the contents of an extension's source directory, which includes:
extension.yaml file — Contains the metadata for the extension and defines the resources created, the Google APIs used, and the access roles required for operation
functions directory — Contains the files for the source code for the extension
README file — Lists the metadata for the extension (but in more human-readable format) as well as the content from the PREINSTALL file
PREINSTALL file — Describes how the extension works, any necessary pre-installation tasks, configuration requirements, and details about the extension
POSTINSTALL file — Describes specific usage instructions and any further integration requirements
Using the Firebase console or the Firebase CLI
|Action||Firebase console||Firebase CLI|
|View detailed information (pre-installation)|
|View configuration (post-installation)|