I am a developer advocate for Firebase at Google.

I used to be 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 Is there a callback when a session expires?
You're look for $onAuth. See firebase.com/docs/web/libraries/angular/guide/…
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answered Is it possible to manipulate an object on the Firebase server when one of its properties has been set to a specific value?
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revised Is it possible to manipulate an object on the Firebase server when one of its properties has been set to a specific value?
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revised Firebase - iOS local data store URL issue
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comment Firebase data is not updating after switching the wifi in android app
I wrote up an answer how Firebase works when your network connection drops, which I think is the case here. If that doesn't address your question, can you provide some more concrete data points? E.g. the code that you run and some debug output would go a long way here.
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revised Firebase data is not updating after switching the wifi in android app
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answered Firebase data is not updating after switching the wifi in android app
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comment Is there a way to make Firebase hosting non-case-sensitive?
Cool. I didn't think it would cover your needs, but if it does: awesome!
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revised Firebase data is not updating after switching the wifi in android app
Turned the steps into a list, but it's still a wall of text
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answered How stop Listening to firebase location in android
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How stop Listening to firebase location in android
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comment Firebase priority is sometimes null even though I always insert with ServerValue.TIMESTAMP
Can you show a code snippet that throws this exception? Keep in mind that onDataChange may fire with a null value in the DataSnapshot initially.
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comment Is there a way to implement manifest.appcache within firebase hosting?
OK, great to hear that it started working. For a next time, we'll be best able to help you if you provide the steps that you took (e.g. a minimal code snippet, the commands that you ran), the output that you got and the output that you expected to get. Failing those, questions will attracts mostly comments for more information, which takes valuable attention away from actually solving your problem.
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revised Firebase Authentication Limits
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comment How can I securely store and retrieve API Keys for an android application (written in native Java) using Firebase Hosting?
Ah... I'll admit to never knowing which key/secret goes where. blush But if they're needed on the client, it doesn't really matter whether you keep them in the code or in a static file on Firebase Hosting. It wouldn't be more secure, since both are open to inspection by unauthenticated users.
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comment How to prepare arrays for insertion into Firebase database?
Got it. AngularJS was adding some extra properties onto the item. I updated the code snippet and linked to a working fiddle.
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revised How to prepare arrays for insertion into Firebase database?
Fixed so that we only push the properties we're looking for
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comment How can I securely store and retrieve API Keys for an android application (written in native Java) using Firebase Hosting?
Storing your Facebook and Google auth keys in Firebase's dashboard is totally fine. Only you have access to that dashboard. Storing secret keys in your app is in general not a good idea. I'm now uncertain about the actual thing you are storing in your app's code. Can you edit your question to include a snippet of the variable and how you use it? Feel free to blank out the value, I'm just trying to understand whether we're talking about public keys (which you need in your client) or private keys (which you should never have in your client).
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comment How to prepare arrays for insertion into Firebase database?
OK. Just edit your question with the minimum code to run, the JSON that gets stored and the JSON you're looking to get.
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