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Look into how Firestore could be used in this library #50

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einarlove opened this Issue Oct 4, 2017 · 4 comments

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We'd need to split the HoC's and add <Firestore />. As we're using a query path and object syntax, we might be able to simply translate foo/bar/faz into db.collection('foo').doc('bar').collection('faz')

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simenbrekken commented Oct 4, 2017

We'd need to split the HoC's and add <Firestore />. As we're using a query path and object syntax, we might be able to simply translate foo/bar/faz into db.collection('foo').doc('bar').collection('faz')

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any updates?

tsiq-swyx commented Apr 3, 2018

any updates?

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Sorry for the lack of updates. We've simply been too busy to add Firestore support right now. I'll update the README to encourage PRs for this feature

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simenbrekken commented Apr 6, 2018

Sorry for the lack of updates. We've simply been too busy to add Firestore support right now. I'll update the README to encourage PRs for this feature

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