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firebase-tools

0.0.1 • Public • Published

firebase-tools

These are the Firebase Command Line Tools for administering your account and interacting with the Firebase Hosting beta.

Installation

To install, first you'll need to sign up for a Firebase account and have installed Node.js and npm. Then run

npm install -g firebase-tools

This will install the globally accessible command firebase

Commands

The command firebase --help lists the available commands and their optional parameters:

Firebase Command Line Tools
Version 0.0.1
https://www.firebase.com
 
Usage: firebase <command>
 
  Available commands are:
 
  login
    Authenticates with the Firebase servers and stores an access token locally.
    All commands that require authentication use this if no valid access token
    exists.
    --email     The email address of the account to attempt to log in with.
    --password  The password of the account to attempt to log in with.
 
  logout
    Invalidates and destroys any locally stored access tokens.
    -d  Optional flag to delete the settings file.
 
  list
    Lists the Firebases available to the currently logged in user.
 
  app init
    Initializes a Firebase app in the current directory.
    -f, --firebase  The name of the Firebase to initialize the app with.
    -p, --public    A directory containing all of the app's static files that
                    should deployed to Firebase Hosting. Defaults to the current
                    directory.
    -r, --rules     An optional file that contains security rules for the
                    Firebase.
 
  app bootstrap
    Creates a new Firebase app from a number of predetermined templates to
    quickly get a project up and running. Creates a new folder named after the
    Firebase it is initialized with.
    -f, --firebase  The name of the Firebase to initialize the app with.
    -t, --template  The name of the template to initialize the app with.
 
  app deploy
    Publishes the app in the current directory to Firebase Hosting. If a file
    containing the security rules has been provided, these are uploaded to the
    server.

Credit

Inspired by Luke Vivier's Firebase command line tools.

Install

npm i [email protected]

Version

0.0.1

License

MIT

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