Redeem and use your Google coupon. Do not enter your credit card. (If you have not received an email with the link to redeem a coupon, please notify the course instructor via email.)
This will prompt a screen allowing you to create a new project.
Enter your Project Name (e.g.,
be sure the Billing account is associated with
the Google coupon you redeemed. Then, click CREATE.
If you have previously created buckets or deploy web apps, you will see the Strorage's Browser screen with a list of your existing buckets similar to the following screen. Click the CREATE BUCKET option.
webpl-demo). The bucket serves as your root folder; i.e., the main context directory of your web app / website. Click continue. You may need to click Choose where to store your data to expand the option. Select Regional for Location type, and select us-east4 for Location; then click the Create button
The folder structure should be consistent with how your web resources (html, css, js, images, media, data files) are organized.
To make your file(s) or page(s) publicly available, you need to set the bucket's permissions.
Select Edit bucket permissions
Do not export to cloud
On the INFO PANEL screen, click the ADD MEMBER button
Enter allUsers in the New members textbox and select a role as Storage Object Viewer, then click the Save button.
Now, your bucket is publicly available
If you need to delete members, open an Edit bucket permissions. On the INFO PANEL screen, enter the user you wish to remove (for example, enter allUsers) in the Filter tree textbox. Once the member is found, click a "trash" icon. Alternatively, you may select the Role / Member >> Storage Object Viewer to locate the members to be deleted.
Assuming that your bucket has been made publicly available and you have uploaded some .html files.
On the Storage's Browser screen, locate your file, click a "hyperlink" icon under Public access column.
you may access your file (in this example, .html ) via a web browser.
Your URL will be similar to
(for example, https://storage.googleapis.com/webpl-demo/bootstrap-example.html)