Firebase Authentication Masterclass With Angular

Put into effect person’s authentication with fb, twitter, google, github, email/password, telephone.

What you’ll examine

  • create an angular app that showcases person’s authentication
  • implement consumer authentication by the use of social channels like fb, twitter, github, and google
  • build signal-in/signal-up studies the usage of pop-ups and redirects
  • make a system for person’s authentication using smartphone sign-in

requirements

  • good experience of typescript
  • understanding and experience of es6 or later
  • hands-on experience with angular
  • angular cli(1. 5+) and nodejs should be installed.
  • A code editor. Preferably visible studio code
  • a pc or computer with 4 gb of ram and around a 100gb+ of hard disk

description

learn how to build a consumer authentication system using facebook, twitter, google, github, e mail/password, cellphone, and anonymous techniques by the use of firebase authentication.

We’ll start with learning the firebase console. We’ll then configure and permit several sign-in techniques on firebase authentication providers area. We’ll then put into effect a person’s authentication in our angular app. Sooner or later we’ll refactor the code.

after completion of this tutorial, you’ll be able to build a person authentication system using social identification providers like facebook, google, twitter, and github. You’ll also be able to put into effect consumer authentication by the use of e mail/password, telephone and anonymous techniques.

Who this lessons is for:

  • novice angular coders who are curious about firebase authentication.
  • Angular developers trying to implement user authentication with email/password combo, smartphone, and social open identification providers like fb, twitter, google, github and many others.
  • programmers seeking knowledge for implementation of social sign-in in their apps.

Created by siddharth ajmera
date 7/2018
english

length: 1. 51 gb


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