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Firelime

by Miroslav Gavrilov ST2/ST3 Missing

Basic firebase tools integration for Sublime Text 3

Labels firebase, utils

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Firelime

Basic Firebase tools integration for Sublime Text 3.

Installation

The easiest way to install is via Package Control.

Package Control

Press CMD/CTRL+SHIFT + P, choose “Package Control: Install Package” and search for “Firelime”.

Manual Install

Install git, find your Packages directory in the Sublime Text installation and do:

git clone git://github.com/gavrilovmiroslav/Firelime Firelime

Note: To use Firelime, you need both Sublime Text and Firebase Tools installed correctly.

Usage

To use Firelime, enter a directory, right-click the directory in the sidebar and choose Firebase -> Initialize Here (or simply Alt-F7). You will be asked for a project name and make sure this is the same as the project you started on Firebase.

When you want to deploy your files, choose Firebase -> Deploy (or Alt-F8) from the same menu, but be sure to be in the directory in which you have initialized the Firebase project.

TODO

  • Deployment errors and interaction.
  • Init creates a generic firebase.json file, will have to fix that soon, so that the user can select from his or her projects.