Email Authentication using Firebase Auth + Flutter

Email Authentication using Firebase Auth + Flutter

**Introduction** Rarely have we seen that mobile applications are connected to the backend. There are other platforms- AWS or Azure, but no platform could stand Firebase. With the help of Firebase and Flutter, one can develop mobile applications...

Introduction

Rarely have we seen that mobile applications are connected to the backend. There are other platforms- AWS or Azure, but no platform could stand Firebase. With the help of Firebase and Flutter, one can develop mobile applications in a better way. In this tutorial, we will learn about building a demo application from scratch and implementing Email Authentication using Firebase Auth + Flutter.

Before getting started with the demo, let’s see what we are building in this tutorial.

Tutorial Goal: Email Authentication with Firebase Auth + Flutter

What is Firebase Auth?

Most of the applications require authentication to verify the user’s identity. Firebase Authentication allows you to use its back-end services by providing SDKs and convenient UI libraries for user authentication in your app. It makes the process less complicated and easy to develop. One can authenticate the user with the help of passwords, phone numbers, or identity providers ( Facebook, Google, and Twitter) Click here to watch the video introducing Firebase Auth. Now, let’s see what does Firebase Authentication provides:

  • Email/password authentication
  • Sign in with Google, Apple, Facebook, Twitter, Github
  • Phone number authentication
  • Custom authentication
  • Anonymous authentication

From the list mentioned above, I’ll be covering Email and password authentication using Firebase Auth + Flutter app. So without further ado, let’s get started with some technical work.

Read more: Steps to implement Email Authentication using Firebase Auth + Flutter.

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