Creating a blog on Firebase is a relatively simple process. First, create a Firebase account if you haven’t already done so. Then, create a new project in the Firebase console. From the project’s main page, click the “Add a Firebase Realtime Database” button and select “Blog.
” Enter a name for your blog (e.g., “My Blog”), select an existing Firebase database to use as your source of content, and click the “Create” button.
Now that you have created your blog project, you’ll need to configure it to work with Firebase. First, open the “Database” section of your project’s settings page and click the “Configure” button next to your blog’s “Firebase Realtime Database.” In the dialog that opens, select the “Enable live migration” checkbox and enter a comma-separated list of hosts (e.g., “localhost:8080”) where you want your blog data to be automatically migrated when you make changes to it.
You can also optionally enable Cloud Firestore support for your blog by selecting the checkbox next to that option and entering a cloud firestore url (e.g., “https://firebaseio-us-west1.firebaseio.com”).
Now that your blog is configured, you’ll need to populate it with content. To do this, click the “Add Content” button on your project’s settings page and enter the following information into the dialog that opens:
Title – The title of your post
Author – The author of your post
Body – The body of your post
Click the “Save” button to add your content and return to your browser window. To view your posts, just navigate to https://yourblogname.