coolbeet coolbeet - 4 months ago 57
iOS Question

In new Firebase, how to use multiple config file in xcode?

Hey I am playing with the new firebase iOS SDK, in my project, I have only one target, I created two configurations, Debug and Release, with different bundler identifier´╝î but seems like the config file downloaded from firebase only support one bundle identifier.

So anyone know how to use firebase within a multiple bundle identifier xcode project?



My first attempt that didn't solve the issue:

I renamed the second GoogleService-Info.json to something else, and used following code to configure Firebase from AppDelegate.

// Swift code
    let firebasePlistFileName = "GoogleService-Staging-Info"
    let firebasePlistFileName = "GoogleService-Info"
let firbaseOptions = FIROptions(contentsOfFile: NSBundle.mainBundle().pathForResource(firebasePlistFileName, ofType: "plist"))

If I run the Staging target, I will receive Firebase's complaint about 'Could not locate configuration file: 'GoogleService-Info.plist'.'. But then it says ' Firebase Analytics v.3300000 started'.

As I checked on the Firebase dashboard, both production and staging apps have incoming user events being logged.

The above-mentioned configureWithOptions method is not documented in Firebase documentation, I figured it out by checking its source code. I'm not sure about what could be the downside of calling this. I would love to hear other approaches.

Updated with an easier solution:

1. keep the same names for both GoogleService-Info.plist
2. put one GoogleService-Info.plist inside a subfolder, say "staging"
3. add references to both files in Xcode, while link them to corresponding targets
4. just use FIRApp.configure() in your AppDelegate, done