Samaila Bala
May 27, 2020 ⋅ 3 min read

Setting up continuous deployment with React, Firebase, and GitHub Actions

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9 Replies to "Setting up continuous deployment with React, Firebase, and GitHub Actions"

  1. Yes you can, all you have to do is modify the flag in `args` of the deploy job to `–only functions,hosting`

  2. Input FIREBASE_TOKEN as the name and the token you copied earlier as the value. After doing that, click Add secret to save the environment variable.

    what is the copied value? is it Firebase-Api-Key or something else. I didn’t get it

  3. Thanks a lot for that! For those people who are a bit confused

    Ensure the branch is “master” or “main”
    repoToken: ‘${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}’
    firebaseServiceAccount: ‘${{ secrets.FIREBASE_SERVICE_ACCOUNT_[your project name] }}’

    that’s how it worked for me

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