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unable to use rezised images through public url

See original GitHub issue

[READ] Step 1: Are you in the right place?


[REQUIRED] Step 2: Describe your configuration

  • Extension name: _ (storage-resize-images)
  • Extension version: _0.1.3

[REQUIRED] Step 3: I’m unable to access the resized images through a public(download) url from my flutter app, like I’m able to retrieve original image. I don’t see any reason to use this extension if i can’t access those resized images by manipulating the original Image URL.

please provide me a way how can I access those resized images from my flutter app.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Reactions:18
  • Comments:35 (12 by maintainers)

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Ehespcommented, Mar 5, 2020

Implementation/fix details are being discussed. Once a decision has been made, I’ll update this issue… Thanks for your patience!

brandonpearcycommented, Dec 21, 2019

+1 to this. I have not found a convenient way to make the resized images publicly accessible without doing manual post-processing with additional cloud functions.

The generated thumbs have no access token visible in Firebase console, there is no clickable link to view the images, and the preview of the image never loads (infinite spinner).

Screen Shot 2019-12-21 at 10 57 12 AM

I would expect that either:

(1) there exists a simple transformation from the original firebase storage URL to access the resized images (e.g., something you could hardcode in client logic), or (2) this firebase extension comes with documentation describing how to best post-process the resized images to make them accessible

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