Firebase is a mobile and web application development platform developed by Google. It offers a number of services for developing and managing mobile and web applications, including a real-time database, user authentication, hosting, and analytics. Firebase provides developers with a number of tools and APIs for building and managing applications, including a cloud-based NoSQL database, user authentication, and hosting.
You can use Firebase to build and deploy a variety of different types of applications, including mobile apps, web apps, and real-time collaboration apps.
Heroku is a cloud platform as a service (PaaS) that enables developers to build, run, and scale applications in a variety of languages. With Heroku, you can deploy your application by pushing your code to a Git repository, and the platform will automatically build and run your application.
Heroku provides a number of services and features that are designed to help you build and manage your applications, including support for a variety of programming languages, a cloud-based application server, a managed database service, and a number of other tools and services. You can use Heroku to deploy a wide range of applications, including web applications, mobile applications, and APIs.
Google Cloud (GCP)
|Automated builds from Git
Need to use additional CI/CD service
|Instant rollbacks to any version
|Site previews for every push
|Compatible with all Static Site Generators
|Rewrites & Redirects
360 MB /day
|Build Time Per Deployment
|Build Memory Limit (in MiB)
|Max team members before switch to custom pricing
|Git contributors have to be Team Members
|Serverless Functions (API)
Heroku Elements: Add-ons, Buttons, Buildpacks
Integration with Google Analytics
Firestore & Realtime
Heroku Postgres, Heroku Redis, Apache Kafka on Heroku
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