Did U Know What is Google Firebase? What services does it provide?

What is Google Firebase? What services does it provide?

What is Google Firebase? What services does it provide?

Nowadays, a new technology came in front of the world every day. There are also some techniques that we make keeping in mind the activities of society. Today I will talk about one such technology which has been created keeping in mind the users as well as the developers. So, our today’s topic to discuss is Google Firebase. In this article, I will tell you what is Google Firebase. And what services does it provide? If you want to know about Firebase in detail then continue with this article –

What is Google Firebase?

Google Firebase is a Google product useful for Mobile and Web App Development. Google Firebase gives us such tools and services with the help of which we can make high-quality apps. We can increase our business and increase our income and revenue with Firebase. Consider that you have created an app and it is connected with Firebase. Then you will be able to get complete information about the app you have created with the help of Firebase. If your App is not running on anyone’s mobile, then Firebase will also send information about it to you.

More about Google Firebase

With the help of Firebase, you will be able to get complete information about all the users who have signed up for your app. With the help of Firebase, you can easily send any notification to the users of your app. If you have updated your App and you want all of your users to install the Updated Application then you can do this with the help of Firebase. With the help of Firebase, you can also sync the real-time data of users. This was about Firebase; now let’s talk a bit about a little history of Firebase –

History of Firebase

In 2011, a new company came out which first created Firebase. At that time Firebase was named Envolve. Actually, the function of Envolve was to enable Online Chat between Developers and API. That is the Application Programming Interface which was available only on the website. The interesting thing about Envolve was that people used to send data of the application using Envolve in the form of messages. But gradually the Envolve got its features enhanced over time.

Envolve to Firebase

The Envolve started being used in online games. Which is used to show how many users are playing online games at the moment. At the time, the owners of Envolve – James Tamplin and Andrew Lee, separated Online Chat and Real-Time Data. After that, in 2012, Firebase declared a separate company named BaaS. The full form of Baas was Backend-as-a-Service, whose job was to provide only real-time data. But in 2014 Google acquired BaaS which has now become Firebase. Google added a lot of extra features to Firebase.

What services does Firebase provide us?

Firebase provides us a lot of services as mentioned below.

Services by Google Firebase

#1 Develop by Google Firebase

Firebase Cloud Messaging(FCM)

It was formerly known as Google Cloud Messaging (GCM). Firebase Cloud Messaging is a cross-platform solution for notifications and messages for Android, iOS, and web applications.

Firebase Auth

Firebase Auth service can authenticate users using only client-side code. It supports social login features including login with Facebook, GitHub, Twitter, and Google. Moreover, it also includes a user management system. By which developers can allow user authentication with email and password login stored with Firebase.

Firebase Realtime Database

Firebase provides a real-time database and backend as one of its services. This service provides an API to application developers. That allows application data to be synchronized across clients and stored on Firebase’s cloud. Firebase provides client libraries that allow integration with Android, iOS, Java, Objective-C, Swift, JavaScript, and Node.js applications. The developers can also access the database through a REST API and bindings for some JavaScript frameworks like React, AngularJS, Backbone.js, and Ember.js. Developers using the real-time database can use the company’s server-side-enforced security rules to secure their data.

Firebase Cloud Firestore

Cloud Firestore was officially brought out of beta on January 31st, 2019, making it an official product of the Firebase line-up. It is the successor to the original databasing system of Firebase, the Real-time Database. It allows for nested documents and fields instead of the tree view that was provided in the Real-time Database.

Firebase Storage

Google Cloud Storage backs Firebase Storage, and offers secure file uploads and downloads for Firebase apps, irrespective of network quality. The developers can use it to store images, audio, video, or other user-generated data.

Firebase Hosting

Firebase Hosting; is a static web hosting and dynamic web hosting service that was launched on May 13, 2014. It supports hosting static files such as  HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and other files. Also, support through Cloud Functions. Firebase is a partner with Fastly, a CDN, to provide the CDN that backs Firebase Hosting.

Furthermore, the service provides files over a content delivery network (CDN) through HTTPS (HTTP Secure) and SSL (Secure Sockets Layer encryption).

ML Kit

It is a mobile machine learning system available for developers. It was launched in beta during the Google I/O 2018 on May 8, 2018. ML Kit APIs have a variety of features. The features include text recognition, face detection, barcode scanning, labeling images, and recognizing landmarks. It is currently available for iOS or Android developers. The APIs can be used on-device or on the cloud.

#2 Stability service by Google Firebase


Crashlytics is crash Reporting that creates detailed reports of the errors in the app. Firebase divides errors into groups of similar stack traces and is treated by the severity of impact on application users.


Firebase Performance provides insights facility into an app’s performance. And the latencies the application’s users experience.

Firebase Test Lab for Android and iOS

Firebase Test Lab for Android and iOS provides cloud-based infrastructure for testing Android and iOS apps. Test results including logs, videos, and screenshots are available in the Firebase console in the project.

#3 Earn by Firebase

Earn to Google Admob and app marketing scope.


Admob is a Google product that integrates with Firebase audiences.

#4 Grow with Google Firebase

Firebase Dynamic Links

Dynamic Firebase links are smart URLs that dynamically change their behavior to provide “the best available experience” across multiple platforms. Likewise, desktop web browsers, and also iOS and Android, and in-depth links to a mobile app. Dynamic Links work in all app installs, i.e., if the user will open Dynamic Link on Android or iOS and if the user has not installed the application. The user will get a prompt to install the app first. Once installed, the application will start running, and can access the link.

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