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FirebaseAuthenticationiOS

FirebaseAuthenticationiOS

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Features

  • Authentication by Phone Number
    • Users can Sign-In into your application using their Phone Number.
    • It will ask for the User’s current location. After allowing that user’s country code and the extension will be shown.
    • User can pick any country from a Country Picker and Sign In.
    • reCAPTCHA will appear automatically if the user tries to make multiple requests simultaneously.
    • A verification code will be sent to the Phone Number.
    • A timer consisting of 60 seconds will be started. Users have to enter the code within that time span.
    • After 60 seconds a “Resend Code” button will appear and the user can resend the verification again.
    • After successful entry, it will create a new user if the Phone number hasn’t used yet.
    • If the Phone Number already used then it will fetch user details from database.
    • Now it will bring users inside your application.
  • Authentication by Email Address
    • Users can Sign Up or Sign-In into your application using their Email Address.
    • The email address checker will check for a valid email address and informed users for correction accordingly.
    • The password strength checker will check for a strong password and informed users if the password is weak or intermediate.
    • “Forgot password” will send a link to the user’s emails for getting a new password.
    • In the Sign Up process, all necessary checks are there like, email validation, matching password, password strength checker, and informed users for correction accordingly.
    • If the email is already in use, then it will show the platform (Email/Google/Twitter) in which the email address was used before for authentication.
    • After successful entry, it will create a new user for Sign Up and send a link to email for email verification or Fetch user details from the database for the existing email address.
    • Now it will bring users inside your application.
  • Authentication with Google
    • Users can Sign-In into your application using their Google account.
    • After successful entry, it will create a new user if the Email Address hasn’t used yet.
    • If the Email Address already used and the previous auth type is Google, then it will fetch user details from the database.
    • If the Email Address already used and the previous auth type is not Google, then it will show an alert where it will say “There is an account in our database with this email address and that information will be replaced with your current Google Account’s information.”
    • After successful entry, it will bring users inside your application.
  • Authentication with Facebook
    • Users can Sign-In into your application using their Facebook account.
    • If Facebook App is installed in the device then it will open it and redirect the user there otherwise it will open in Web.
    • If the email is already in use, then it will show the platform (Email/Google/Twitter) in which the email address was used before for authentication.
    • After successful entry, it will create a new user if the Email Address hasn’t used yet.
    • If the Email Address already used then it will fetch user details from database.
    • Now it will bring users inside your application.
  • Authentication with Twitter
    • Users can Sign-In into your application using their Twitter account.
    • If Twitter App is installed in the device then it will open it and redirect the user there otherwise it will open in Web.
    • If the email is already in use, then it will show the platform (Email/Google/Facebook) in which the email address was used before for authentication.
    • After successful entry, it will create a new user if the Email Address hasn’t used yet.
    • If the Email Address already used then it will fetch user details from database.
    • Now it will bring users inside your application.
  • User Profile
    • Auth Credentials: Email Address or Phone Number.
    • Joining Date: Profile Creation time & date.
    • User Name: It will fetch User name for Google, Facebook & Twitter Authentication. For phone and email initially, it will be blank.
    • User Profile Image: It will fetch User Profile Image for Google, Facebook & Twitter Authentication. For phone and email initially there will be no profile picture. User can set new profile picture and delete it as well.
    • Password: Only appear for Email Authentication.
    • Auth Type: Logo.
    • Address: Initially blank.
    • isEmailVerified: Only appear for Email Authentication. If the user verifies it from his/her email then it will be green and say verified otherwise you can send a new verification email from there as well.
  • Update Profile
    • Update Auth Credentials: Users can update Email Address or Phone Number.
      • Email update: To change Email address users must have to verify the existing Email first. Then they can set new Email address by providing information on “Password”, “New Email Address” & “Confirm New Email Address” text field. Then a verification email will be sent to the New Email address to verify.
      • Phone Number update: To change Phone Number users must have to verify the existing Phone Number first by providing PIN code. Then users can set new Phone Numbers and to successfully change it users have to provide PIN code which will be sent to the new Phone Number.
    • User Name: User can set or edit it.
    • User Profile Image: Users can set new profile picture and delete it as well.
    • Password: First have to give old password for verification. Then users can set new password by providing information on “Password” & “Confirm Password” text field.
    • Address: User can set or edit it.
  • Tab Bar
    • Home View Controller with a tabbar controller where 3 other tabs exists.
  • Others
    • Scalable for all iOS devices
    • Clean UI/UX
    • 100% bug & error-free
    • In details step by step youtube video Tutorial (Documentation)
    • From scratch to integrate it into your own project
    • 24/7 available support

Documentation

Required Skills

  • Swift
  • Core Data
  • Xcode
  • Pod
  • Firebase
  • Firebase Authentication
  • Firebase Database (Cloud Firestore)
  • Firebase Storage
  • Firebase Rules & Permissions
  • Apple Certificate (Message push notification for Phone number)
  • Facebook SDK
  • Twitter SDK

Others

  • Swift 5
  • Deployment Target 11.0
  • Gmail Account (Firebase)
  • Facebook Account (Facebook SDK)
  • Twitter Account (Twitter SDK)
  • Paid Apple developer account

Support

Project Updates

  • Version 1.0.0 – Released on 1 June 2020

     1. - Initial Release
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