This package is abandoned and no longer maintained. The author suggests using the quanvt/laravel-firebase-sync package instead.

Synchronize your Eloquent models with a Firebase realtime database.

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Synchronize your Eloquent models with the Firebase Realtime Database



In order to add Laravel Firebase Sync to your project, just add

"quanvt/laravel-firebase-sync": "^1.0"

to your composer.json. Then run composer install or composer update.

Or run composer require quanvt/laravel-firebase-sync if you prefer that.



This package requires firebase config config/firebase.json file:

or you can add the following section to your config/services.php file:

'firebase' => [
    "type" => "service_account",
    "project_id" => "your_firebase_project_id",
    "private_key_id" => "your_firebase_private_key_id",
    "private_key" => "your_firebase_private_key",
    "client_id" => "your_firebase_client_id",
    "auth_uri" => "your_firebase_auth_uri",
    "token_uri" => "your_firebase_token_uri",
    "auth_provider_x509_cert_url" => "your_firebase_auth_provider_x509_cert_url",
    "client_x509_cert_url" => "your_firebase_client_x509_cert_url",
    "database_url" => "your_firebase_database_url"

Synchronizing models

To synchronize your Eloquent models with the Firebase realtime database, simply let the models that you want to synchronize with Firebase use the QuanVT\Firebase\SyncWithFirebase trait.

use QuanVT\Firebase\SyncWithFirebase;

class User extends Model {

    use SyncWithFirebase;


The data that will be synchronized is the array representation of your model. That means that you can modify the data using the existing Eloquent model attributes like visible, hidden or appends.

If you need more control over the data that gets synchronized with Firebase, you can override the getFirebaseSyncData of the SyncsWithFirebase trait and let it return the array data you want to send to Firebase.