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Firebase Cloud Storage + Filter By Connect Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Firebase Cloud Storage and Filter By Connect

About Firebase Cloud Storage

Cloud Storage Store and serve files at Google scale.

About Filter By Connect

Filter By Connect is own feature that enables you to allow a Connect to proceed when a certain condition is met. You need to just insert a filter step in your Connect and your Connect will run only if your trigger data matches your defined criteria.

Filter By Connect Integrations
Connect Firebase Cloud Storage + Filter By Connect in easier way

It's easy to connect Firebase Cloud Storage + Filter By Connect without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New File Within Cloud Storage

    New File Within Cloud Storage

    Actions
  • Upload File in Cloud Storage

    Upload File in Cloud Storage

  • Only continue if

    Set up rules to specify when this Connect can continue running

How Firebase Cloud Storage & Filter By Connect Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Firebase Cloud Storage as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate Firebase Cloud Storage with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Filter By Connect as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Filter By Connect with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Firebase Cloud Storage and Filter By Connect

  • Firebase Cloud Storage?
  • Firebase Cloud Storage provides secure, reliable and scalable cloud storage for application data. It is a service that allows you to upload and download any amount of data and offers fine-grained contrp over data sharing and security. It can be accessed from any web browser supporting modern standards and multiple languages.

    Firebase Cloud Storage is an appropriate choice for storing media assets, such as images or videos. With support for HTTP and HTTPS protocps, Firebase Cloud Storage also integrates with other services such as third-party storage providers.

  • Filter By Connect?
  • Filter By Connect is a new feature that makes it simple to author rich, dynamic queries with the Firebase platform. It does this by building on top of Firebase’s existing database, auth, storage, indexing, and cloud messaging primitives. This ensures that users can quickly build powerful, real-time applications with Firebase. All of this abstraction means that you don’t have to spend time reimplementing common features like querying, authentication, data persistence, or offline sync.

    It comes with enterprise-grade security built-in. This means that your data is encrypted at rest using industry standard SSL/TLS encryption. It encrypts data in transit using the Google Key Management Service (KMS. And it uses Application Default Credentials to ensure that Firebase apps are deployed securely to different environments.

  • Integration of Firebase Cloud Storage and Filter By Connect
  • As the first step, the user must login into our app which is an app called “Shared Photos” which was created in Create Your First Project Using Firebase Conspe. The user will have access to their photos library to share their photos with other users. However, the user will not have access to other users’ photos. Only the user who has share their photos can view them.

    The second step is to save the photo file to the Firebase Cloud Storage after the user has chosen to share their photos. The user will choose the photo they want to share(for example. and click on “Share” button. After clicking on “Share” button, the app will upload the selected photo file to the Firebase Cloud Storage. When uploading photo files to Firebase Cloud Storage, we must make sure that we decrypt the submitted password using the Google Key Management Service(KMS. before uploading it to Firebase Cloud Storage. To avoid having to do this work ourselves, Firebase provides us with a helper class called GoogleServiceExceptionWrapper which provides us with methods like loadEncryptedData(. which automatically decrypts submitted passwords before uploading them to Firebase. Below is an example of how we will use it:

    // Get auth token auth_token = auth . getCurrentUser (. . getAuthToken (); // Encrypt password try { auth_token . loadEncryptedData ( auth . getCurrentUser (. getCurrentPassword ()); } catch ( GoogleServiceException e . { Log . d ( "fire" , "Loading auth token failed" ); e . printStackTrace (); } // Upload to firebase Storage GoogleServiceExceptionWrapper wrapper = new GoogleServiceExceptionWrapper ( e ); // Upload Photo Photo . UploadPhotoTask task = Photo . UploadPhotoTask . create ( mFirebaseStorage . getReference (), photoId , wrapper ); task . addOnSuccessListener ( new OnSuccessListener < UploadTaskSnapshot >(. { @Override public void onSuccess ( UploadTaskSnapshot taskSnapshot . { mFirelceStorage . delete ( taskSnapshot . getKey (), null , null ); Bitmap image = (( Photo . PhotoSnapshot . taskSnapshot . getValue (. getValue (. . getBitmap (); // Use bitmap BitmapDrawable drawable = new BitmapDrawable ( image ); mImageView . setImageDrawable ( drawable ); } }); task . addOnFailureListener ( new OnFailureListener (. { @Override public void onFailure ( @NonNull Exception e . { Log . d ( "fire" , "Upload failed" ); e . printStackTrace (); } }); task . addOnProgressListener ( new OnProgressListener < UploadTaskSnapshot >(. { @Override public void onProgress ( UploadTaskSnapshot taskSnapshot . { if ( taskSnapshot != null && taskSnapshot . getValue (. getProgress (. >= 100 . { mFirelceStorage . delete ( taskSnapshot . getKey (), null , null ); Bitmap image = (( Photo . PhotoSnapshot . taskSnapshot . getValue (. getValue (. . getBitmap (); // Use bitmap BitmapDrawable drawable = new BitmapDrawable ( image ); mImageView . setImageDrawable ( drawable ); } else { Log . d ( "fire" , "Upload Progress. " + taskSnapshot . getValue (. getProgress ()); } } }); task . addOnCancelledListener ( new OnCancelledListener (. { @Override public void onCancelled (. { Log . d ( "fire" , "Upload canceled" ); } }); // Start upload task SnapshotRequest snapShotRequest = taskSnapshot . request (); firestore . tasks (. addSnapshotRequest ( snapShotRequest . addOnSuccessListener ( new OnSuccessListener < UploadTaskSnapshot >(. { @Override public void onSuccess ( UploadTaskSnapshot taskSnapshot . { if ( ! taskSnapshot . getKey (. equals ( " . { mFirelceStorage . delete ( taskSnapshot . getKey (), null , null ); Bitmap image = (( Photo . PhotoSnapshot . taskSnapshot . getValue (. getValue (. . getBitmap (); // Use bitmap BitmapDrawable drawable = new BitmapDrawable ( image ); mImageView . setImageDrawable ( drawable ); } } });

    After saving the photo file to the Firebase Cloud Storage successfully, we will obtain the key of the photo file through getKey(. method of the FileReference object inside FirebaseCloudStorage object. We can use this key to retrieve photo file data from Firebase Cloud Storage later when another user wants to view the photos that were shared by other users. Below is an example of how we can retrieve photo files from Firebase Cloud Storage using its key:

    // Get auth token auth_token = auth . getCurrentUser (. . getAuthToken (); // Get reference of firebase storage mFirelceStorage = FirebaseCloudStorage . getInstance (); // Decrypt password try { auth_token . loadEncryptedData ( auth . getCurrentUser (. getCurrentPassword ()); } catch ( GoogleServiceException e . { Log . d ( "fire" , "Loading auth token failed" ); e . printStackTrace (); } // Retrieve key String key = mFirelceStorage . getReference (. getKey (); // Retrieve files Map < String , FileReference > filesByKey = mFirelceStorage . getFilesByKey ( key ); // Iterate through uploaded files for ( Map < String , FileReference >:. Entry < String , FileReference > entry . filesByKey . entrySet (. { FileReference fileRef = entry . getValue (); File file = fileRef . openFile (); // Extract file name String fileName = fileRef . getName (); // Extract file size long fileSize = fileRef . getSize (); }

    The third step is to retrieve the downloaded photo files from Firebase Cloud Storage after another user has shared their photos to our app via dedicated buttons. The button names are “View My Photos” and “View Shared Photos”. These buttons will be present when viewing other users’ photos in our app. They are also used for downloading other users’ photos when viewing your own photos in our app. We can retrieve all these photos in both cases because we have stored their corresponding keys in our app when they were saved in Firebase Cloud Storage in previous steps. Fplowing is an example code snippet in retrieving these photos in our app using its keys in both cases:

    // Get auth token auth_token = auth . getCurrentUser (. . getAuthToken (); // Get reference of firebase storage mFirelceStorage = FirebaseCloudStorage . getInstance (); // Decrypt password try { auth_token . loadEncryptedData ( auth . getCurrentUser (. getCurrentPassword ()); } catch ( GoogleServiceException e . { Log . d ( "fire" , "Loading auth token failed" ); e . printStackTrace (); } // Retrieve key of all shared photos String [] keys =

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