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Aug 30 2022 · Dart 2.16, Flutter 3.0, Visual Studio Code 1.69

Part 3: Read & Write Data with the Cloud Firestore

16. Set Cloud Firestore Rules

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When you created your Firestore database from the Firebase console, one of the questions that you answered during the setup was whether you wanted to use the database in test mode. This implemented a very permissive rule, so that anyone with the link to your database can get full access to your data.

rules_version = '2'; 
service cloud.firestore { 
  match /databases/{database}/documents { 
match /{document=**}  
if request.auth != null; 
allow read, write: if request.auth != null;