Firebase Hosting provides fast and secure hosting for your web app, static and dynamic content, and microservices.
Firebase Hosting is production-grade web content hosting for developers. With a single command, you can quickly deploy web apps and serve both static and dynamic content to a global CDN (content delivery network). You can also pair Firebase Hosting with Cloud Functions or Cloud Run to build and host microservices on Firebase.
|Serve content over a secure connection
|The modern web is secure. Zero-configuration SSL is built into Firebase Hosting, so content is always delivered securely.
|Host static and dynamic content plus microservices
|Firebase Hosting supports all kinds of content for hosting, from your CSS and HTML files to your Express.js microservices or APIs.
|Deliver content fast
|Each file that you upload is cached on SSDs at CDN edges around the world and served as gzip or Brotli. We auto-select the best compression method for your content. No matter where your users are, the content is delivered fast.
|Emulate and even share your changes before going live
View and test your changes on a locally hosted URL and interact with an emulated backend.
Share your changes with teammates using temporary preview URLs. Hosting also provides a GitHub integration for easy iterations of your previewed content.
|Deploy new versions with one command
Using the Firebase CLI, you can get your app up and running in seconds. Command line tools make it easy to add deployment targets into your build process.
And if you need to undo the deploy, Hosting provides one-click rollbacks.
How does it work?
Using the Firebase CLI, you deploy files from local directories on your computer to our Hosting servers. Beyond serving static content, you can use Cloud Functions for Firebase or Cloud Run to serve dynamic content and host microservices on your sites. All content is served over an SSL connection from the closest edge server on our global CDN.
You can also view and test your changes before going live. Using the Firebase Local Emulator Suite, you can emulate your app and backend resources at a locally hosted URL. You can also share your changes at a temporary preview URL and set up a GitHub integration for easy iterations during development.
Firebase Hosting has lightweight hosting configuration options for you to build sophisticated PWAs. You can easily rewrite URLs for client-side routing, set up custom headers, and even serve localized content.
For serving your content, Firebase offers several domain and subdomain options:
By default, every Firebase project has subdomains at no cost on the
firebaseapp.comdomains. These two sites serve the same deployed content and configuration.
You can create multiple sites if you have related sites and apps that serve different content but still share the same Firebase project resources (for example if you have a blog, admin panel, and public app).
You can connect your own domain name to a Firebase-hosted site.
Firebase automatically provisions SSL certificates for all your domains so that all your content is served securely.
|Install the Firebase CLI
|The Firebase CLI makes it easy to set up a new Hosting project, run a local development server, and deploy content.
|Set up a project directory
Add your static assets to a local project directory, then run
In your local project directory, you can also set up Cloud Functions or Cloud Run for your dynamic content and microservices.
|View, test, and share your changes before going live (optional)
To view and share your changes at a temporary preview URL, run
|Deploy your site
When things are looking good, run
to upload the latest snapshot to
our servers. If you need to undo the deploy, you can roll back with just one
click in the Firebase console.
|Link to a Firebase Web App (optional)
|By linking your site to a Firebase Web App, you can use Google Analytics to collect usage and behavior data for your app and use Firebase Performance Monitoring to gain insight into the performance characteristics of your app.
Get started with Firebase Hosting.
Continue to improve your site. Test locally, share changes at a temporary preview URL, then deploy to your live site. Follow this step-by-step guide.
Build and host microservices on Firebase.