Sunday, May 22, 2022

Firebase Authentication Tutorial for Android

You can integrate Firebase Authentication with a custom authentication system by modifying your authentication server to produce custom signed tokens when a user successfully signs in. Your app receives this token and uses it to authenticate with Firebase.

With the latest news from Google I/O comes the new and upgraded Firebase. To demonstrate how simplified and easy to use firebase is, we will build a simple login/register (Firebase Authentication) demo using the Firebase Email & Password authentication.

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Firebase provides a full set of authentication options out-of-the-box. Firebase automatically stores your users’ credentials securely (using bcrypt) and redundantly (with replication and daily off-site backups). This separates sensitive user credentials from your application data and lets you focus on the user interface and experience for your app.

In this post, we will learn about Firebase User Authentication or Sign in. If you have read the last tutorial about Firebase Authentication then you already know that in the last tutorial we covered the User Registration part using Firebase. In this Firebase User Authentication tutorial, we will create a login option in our app using Email and Password.

First I will recommend you to go through the last tutorial from the below link, as I will be working on the same project. Firebase is a platform provided by Google to power up your mobile App. Firebase is packed with salient features like user authentication and cloud messaging. In this tutorial, I will demonstrate the use of the authentication feature in Firebase.

Firebase is a platform provided by Google to power up your mobile App. Firebase is packed with salient features like user authentication and cloud messaging. In this tutorial, I will demonstrate the use of the authentication feature in Firebase.

Firebase is a platform provided by Google to power up your mobile App. Firebase is packed with salient features like user authentication and cloud messaging. In this tutorial, I will demonstrate the use of the authentication feature in Firebase.

Aasim Sheikh
Aasim Sheikhhttps://syncsas.com/
CTO at SyncSaS Technologies

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