The OAuth system allows us to skip the registration step and allows a user to directly access the application using a social media account. In this tutorial we mix together Firebase and Twitter’s Authentication in an Ionic mobile application.
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Authentication sucks, we have to code on the client and on the server side, handle tokens, sessions, handle password resets, send the emails through an SMTP server and so much more. Well … not anymore, Firebase comes to the rescue! The previous tutorial was just the tip of the iceberg, Firebase allows us to be lazy and have our authentication […]
After the previous articles on AWS, a similar technology was left behind: Firebase. This technology is ******* amazing. So much power that is given to us and you will understand one part of it at the end of this tutorial. Today we create a Real-Time TODO application using AngularFire2, unlike other traditional TODO apps this one can be edited by […]