Firebase Hosting integrates with popular modern web frameworks including Angular and Next.js. Using Firebase Hosting and Cloud Functions for Firebase with these frameworks, you can develop apps and microservices in your preferred framework environment, and then deploy them in a managed, secure server environment.
Support during this early preview includes the following functionality:
- Deploy Web apps comprised of static web content
- Deploy Web apps that use pre-rendering / Static Site Generation (SSG)
- Deploy Web apps that use server-side Rendering (SSR)—full server rendering on demand
Firebase provides this functionality through the Firebase CLI. When initializing Hosting on the command line, you provide information about your new or existing Web project, and the CLI sets up the right resources for your chosen Web framework.
Before you begin
Before you get started deploying your app to Firebase, review the following requirements and options:
- Firebase CLI version 12.1.0 or later. Make sure to install the CLI using your preferred method.
- Optional: Billing enabled on your Firebase project (required if you plan to use SSR)
You can test your integration locally by following these steps:
firebase emulators:startfrom the terminal. This builds your app and serves it using the Firebase CLI.
- Open your web app at the local URL returned by the CLI (usually http://localhost:5000).
Deploy your app to Firebase Hosting
When you're ready to share your changes with the world, deploy your app to your live site:
firebase deployfrom the terminal.
- Check your website on:
PROJECT_ID.web.app(or your custom domain, if you set one up).
See the detailed guide for your preferred framework: