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8/19/2016

Alternative Hosting File JS, CSS and HTML in Firebase

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Alternative Hosting File JS, CSS and HTML in Firebase | follow-up email content from Google this morning, about Google Drive will be discontinued its service on August 31, 2016. makes me have to move all javascript files that I have ever uploaded on Google Drive. Email I get from google just explain that to stop the Google Drive service using googledrive.com/host/[id link].

for that please you move the file JS, CSS and HTML in your Google Drive to other hosting services like github. however, Google itself actually provides advice on web hosting google drive replacement is Firebase which incidentally is Google's services as well.

After I try Firebase this morning to be hosting the JS file, it is quite easy too and file runs perfectly on the blog. Well for those who want to try it too please follow the steps below.

The First Step
Please sign in to https://firebase.com/account with your Google account. For file storage, Google provides 5GB of space for free members. After signing in to your dashboard please click the Create New Project. Then fill in the name of your project and select your country of origin and then Create Project.

Create New Project

Step Two
Please select the Storage menu on the left side. Here we can upload files JS, CSS, HTML, image, video, rar, and more. In order for the dashboard looks neat, I suggest to create the appropriate folder files that will be uploaded.

Create folder in Firebase

Third Step
Please click the folder you have created to start uploading files, then please upload its files. Once the file is successfully uploaded please click on the file to get the URL and going out of the box on the right. Please click on the File LocationDownload URL to copy the URL.

Upload File to Firebase

Get url from Firebase

Done, easy is not it? I hope this helps

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This is really great information
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Amazing information. Thanks
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