Getting started with Performance Monitoring; Directly call Cloud Functions You can fire the function directly with an HTTP request, via the Cloud Functions module, or in the case of background functions, Google's servers will listen for events and run the function when it is triggered. Last month at Google I/O, we announced support for collection group queries in Cloud Firestore! Firebase Performance Monitoring is a service that helps you to gain insight into the performance characteristics of your iOS, Android, and web apps.

Let's dig into this new feature a little more, and see if we answer some of your burning questions… Q: So, what are collection group queries and why should I care? I'm interested in evaluating the performance of using Cloud Functions for Firebase, so I've set up a simple function with basically the same code as this example from Firebase. Learn more about Performance Monitoring. Did you hear the exciting news? For more information on use cases, view the Firebase Cloud Functions documentation. Google Cloud Functions for Firebase, now available in a beta release, allows developers to run back-end JavaScript code that responds to events triggered by Firebase features and HTTPS requests. Hey, there Firebase developers. The only truly common module required by all Cloud Functions deployed by the Firebase CLI is firebase-functions. Usage NEW: Monitor your application performance in production.