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The Definitive Guide to Firebase
Technically, download tokens are stored as custom metadata on the storageobject. If you browse to a file in the Google CloudConsole (not the Firebase Console) you'llbe able to see the download token stored as firebaseStorageDownloadTokens.
This means that you can manipulate download tokens by updating the value offirebaseStorageDownloadTokens. You can do this with the Cloud Storage SDK,which is bundled with the Firebase Admin SDK and accessible by callingadmin.storage().
The concept of download tokens is specific to Cloud Storage for Firebase.Google Cloud Storage itself, which Firebase relies on, doesn't know the meaningof firebaseStorageDownloadTokens. But the field can be edited like any othercustom metadata.
The only way to remove the download token from the header is to remove thefirebaseStorageDownloadTokens field from the custom metadata. But you can'tset the field to null when uploading files through the client SDK. It wouldresult in the error "Not allowed to set custom metadata forfirebaseStorageDownloadTokens".
This page is part of IGN's Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Wiki guide and details a step-by-step walkthrough that covers everything you need to know about completing the Firebase Z Zombies Easter Egg.
Whether it's turning on the power, unlocking the Pack-A-Punch machine, obtaining the R.A.I. K-84 Wonder Weapon, capturing the Mimic Essences, or aligning the satellite, we have you covered in our complete Firebase Z walkthrough guide below.
While it's largely dependent on your weapon, PaP upgrades are a must and are vital to your success should you opt to complete the Firebase Z Easter Egg. We are currently working on the guide, so please check back soon for a complete walkthrough.
If you have followed the guide above, at this point, you already have access to your Firebase project. We can now create a Next.js application and install the required packages using the Firebase SDK and the Firebase Emulators.
Do you need a hand setting up the Firebase Emulators locally? Don't worry. We have written a guide for setting up the Firebase Emulators with Next.js, just like the MakerKit SaaS starter provides out of the box for you.
All you have to do now is to observe the data generated in the firebase (automatically), analyze it to understand the behaviour of your customers and improve the numbers using just a few clicks