Firebase 9 & Nuxt.js 🔥

With the new version 9 of the Firebase JS SDK, Google drastically changed how you use the Firebase library within your app.

The new modular API surface is designed to facilitate tree-shaking (removal of unused code) to make your web app as small and fast as possible. Read more about all the changes and benefits in their “Upgrade from version 8 to the modular Web SDK” article.

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Cloud Product Architect by day, recreational web-developer by night. Currently a big fan of Vue & Nuxt.js and of going serverless with Google Firebase.

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Cloud Product Architect by day, recreational web-developer by night. Currently a big fan of Vue & Nuxt.js and of going serverless with Google Firebase.

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