With Firetable, non-technical team members can access Firestore data with a permission controlled intuitive UI while developers can build fast on the GCP stack (manage their data models, create and deploy cloud functions, connect to third party apps via webhooks and APIs...and more!) 🚀
Intuitive spreadsheet like interface for Firestore. With Firetable UI you can view and directly edit the data in Firestore but not just that, you can completely manage your existing data model or create from scratch.
Rich set of data fields. 29+ field types supported and growing
Permission controlled views. You can customize who sees what data and what action they can take with powerful set of access controls based on custom user roles. Read more
Bulk data actions. You can import and export your Firestore data from/to CSV files.
Supercharge your database with your own scripts.
Integrations with external services.
To set up Firetable, you must be comfortable with working with the command line.
You must have at least a basic understanding of how to use npm and install npm packages globally.
We’ve created the Firetable CLI to automate the steps required to set up Firetable.
We’re still working on improving our documentation and writing more beginner-friendly guides.
Create issues and bug reports here.
Make sure to provide console log outputs and screenshots!
We welcome any contributions from the open source community.