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Google Firebase extends Extensions to become more customizable



Google Firebase extends Extensions to become more customizable

Google is broadening its Firebase software development platform by opening up its pre-built code Extensions, permitting developers to plug directly into the runtime and stretch out the functionality as indicated by their particular necessities.

Declared during Google’s I/O developer event this week, the new functionality, named “Extensions events,” could permit an app developer to trigger discounts through the current payments Extension, for example, without having to request the feature from the developer.

The declaration of Extension events comes at an interesting time, closely following Cloudflare’s declaration of Workers for Platforms, which comparatively plans to enable customers to customize third-party applications themselves by making them more programmable.

Google is additionally declaring a few new third-party Extensions, for example, the ability to enable users to sign in to an application using their Snap account, and enable native chat functionality with the Stream Extension.

Google is additionally presenting a new firebase deploy command, permitting users to rapidly deploy web apps written in React, Angular, Vue, Next.js, Nuxt, and other well-known JavaScript frameworks natively within Firebase.

There are likewise enhancements for documentation, support, and crash reporting for Flutter, the undeniably famous open source system for natively compiled apps. All Firebase plugins for Flutter are currently commonly available, including a better than ever Crashlytics plugin. Flutter documentation, snippets, and customer support are presently baked directly into Firebase.

At last, the Firebase App Distribution feature, which permits users to distribute pre-release versions of an app to user testers, and advanced Performance Monitoring, have both moved on from beta to general availability.

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