Angular 5 Firebase – Upload/Display/Delete Images from Storage

In the post, we have known how to upload file to Firebase Storage. This tutorial shows you way to upload, get, delete Images in a simple Angular 5 App.

I. Technology

– Angular 5
– AngularFire2 5.0

II. How to do

1. Set up the Firebase Project & Install AngularFire2

Please visit this post to know step by step.

2. Upload File Service

– upload file to Storage and file’s info to Database.
– get List Files from Firebase Storage by files’info (name/url) stored in Database.
– delete file with 2 steps: delete file’s info from Database, then delete file from Storage

To know how to save file info to Firebase Realtime Database, please visit previous post:
Angular 4 Firebase – Upload File to Storage

3. Get and display List of Images

HTML template:

4. Check image format

III. Practice

1. Project Overview
1.1 Goal

We will build an Angular 5 Firebase App that can:
– helps user choose image file from local and upload it to Firebase Storage
– show progress with percentage
– save image metadata to Firebase Realtime Database
(Functions above from the posts: Angular 4 Firebase – Upload File to Storage)
– get list Images and display


1.2 Structure


2. Step by step
2.1 Set up the Firebase Project & Install AngularFire2

Please visit this post to know step by step.

*Note: Don’t forget to set RULES for public read/write Database and Storage.

2.2 Add Firebase config to environments variable

Open /src/environments/environment.ts, add your Firebase configuration that we have saved when Popup window was shown:

2.3 Setup @NgModule

2.4 Model Class

2.5 Service

2.6 Form Upload Compoment


2.7 DetailsUpload Component



2.8 ListUpload Component



2.9 App Component



2.10 Check Result

Run the App, go to http://localhost:4200/.


Check Firebase Console:
– Database:


– Storage:


IV. Source Code


By JavaSampleApproach | February 19, 2018.

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2 thoughts on “Angular 5 Firebase – Upload/Display/Delete Images from Storage”

  1. Dear Admin of JavaSampleApproach. I’m very thankful for all of stuffs you did for this Angular and Firebase Tutorial, These are what I was looking for days. A great presentation of tutorial like this. God bless you admin. Thank you for all of these tutorials. Keep doing good content !

    Radvil from Indonesia

    1. Hi Radvil,

      Thank you so much for your comment, it makes us feel motivated to keep working 🙂

      Best Regards,

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