I am a technical director at ZyLAB USA.

I used to be a Principal Developer at SDL, working mostly on the Tridion WCMS product.

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comment Firebase can't find my public directory
From what I can see in the configuration documentation, there is only room for a single directory in the public setting. If that is true, you will have to ensure that everything that needs to be deployed to Firebase Hosting is under a common root directory. See firebase.com/docs/hosting/guide/full-config.html
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revised Firebase can't find my public directory
Although OP undoubtedly uses Go and Firebase, the question is solely related to Firebase-hosting
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comment Can't see the other div move
jsfiddle.net/zsLtcxsa
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revised Forbid deleting of data in Firebase
This has nothing to do with JavaScript
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answered Forbid deleting of data in Firebase
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comment Forbid deleting of data in Firebase
You can probably prevent empty data from being written using a .validate rule. See line 34 of firebase.com/docs/security/guide/…
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comment Can't see the other div move
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
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comment Can't see the other div move
A Firebase ref does not contain the value of your object, since that object might not be loaded from the server yet. Please follow this tutorial before continuing: firebase.com/tutorial/#gettingstarted It's advertised to take 5 minutes and will save you a lot of time and headaches. The answer to your last question comes around step 6.
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comment Can't see the other div move
It's your own code that causes the error btw: clicking on the error message in Chrome's JavaScript console takes me to console.log(firebaseRef.myPositionRef.x);
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comment Can't see the other div move
My code was meant as a general outline of how to do this, not as a working example. If you get an error like that, set a breakpoint in your browser's debugger and step through the code, inspecting variables with every step. Doing that will teach you more than copy/pasting code from various places.
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comment Real time application with CakePHP
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answered Can't see the other div move
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answered How to keep track of children count in Firebase
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comment Can't see the other div move
If all players need to know where all players are, then yes you will need to synchronize the position across all players. But whether that is needed for your game is something only you can decide. Unless you clarify what exactly you're trying to accomplish and where you got stuck, I will vote to close this question as unclear.
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answered Remove div + its index in Firebase database and add new div in the container
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comment Remove div + its index in Firebase database and add new div in the container
Then I would go without a query. Simply retrieve all of them and remove the oldest child(ren) from Firebase if you have more than 13. I'll write up a quick sample.
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comment Remove div + its index in Firebase database and add new div in the container
I'm not completely clear on your use-case. Do you want to limit the view to only display 13 messages? Or do you want to limit Firebase to only contain 13 messages?
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comment Security flaw with Firebase's Simple Email & Password Login?
Facebook is the only OAuth one I didn't enable. :-) From today's news Google authentication might soon be the default.
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comment Security flaw with Firebase's Simple Email & Password Login?
Hmmm... good one, I didn't think of the password resets. I must admit, I never allowed email users with Firebase, just the other (OAuth-based) ones.
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answered Security flaw with Firebase's Simple Email & Password Login?
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