firebase-functions-interop - Firebase Functions Interop Library for Dart.

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Write Firebase Cloud functions in Dart, run in Node.js. This is an early development preview, open-source project. From version 1.0.0-dev.4.0 this library depends on the official Functions SDK version 1.0.0 or higher which introduced some breaking changes. See UPGRADING.md for more details and instructions.

https://github.com/pulyaevskiy/firebase-functions-interop

Dependencies:

firebase-admin : 6.0.0
firebase-functions : 2.0.5
@google-cloud/firestore : 0.16.0

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