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Use tls: true as default when finding files #118

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thomasconner commented Mar 27, 2017


We should always default to using https urls by default when looking up files.


  • use tls: true as default for finding files

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@thomasconner The change makes sense, but what prompted it? Also, what did you test it with?

@thomasconner thomasconner merged commit 2d04c2b into master Mar 27, 2017

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thomasconner commented Mar 27, 2017

I was testing with the HTML5 starter app and noticed that when I loaded the files the _downloadUrl was using http and not https by default. In the file guide on the Dev Center we make the statement The library always communicates with Google Cloud Storage using the https protocol. If you want to use http instead, the options argument in the methods described below allow for a tls: false flag. This changes makes this statement true. We should have been using tls: true by default all along.

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