FirebaseUI: Prebuilt UI

Description Super class Public fields Methods Examples

Description

Use fireblaze to manage authentications.

Super class

firebase::Firebase -> FirebaseUI

Public fields

tos_url

URL to the Terms of Service page.

privacy_policy_url

The URL to the Privacy Policy page.

Methods

Public methods

Inherited methods

Method set_providers()

Usage
FirebaseUI$set_providers(
  google = FALSE,
  facebook = FALSE,
  twitter = FALSE,
  github = FALSE,
  email = FALSE,
  microsoft = FALSE,
  apple = FALSE,
  yahoo = FALSE,
  phone = FALSE,
  anonymous = FALSE
)
Arguments
google, facebook, twitter, github, email, microsoft, apple, yahoo, phone, anonymous

Set to TRUE the providers you want to use, at least one.

Details

Define signin and login providers.

Returns

self


Method set_tos_url()

Usage
FirebaseUI$set_tos_url(url)
Arguments
url

URL to use.

Details

Defines Tterms of Services URL

Returns

self


Method set_privacy_policy_url()

Usage
FirebaseUI$set_privacy_policy_url(url)
Arguments
url

URL to use.

Details

Defines Privacy Policy URL

Returns

self


Method launch()

Usage
FirebaseUI$launch(flow = c("popup", "redirect"), account_helper = FALSE)
Arguments
flow

The signin flow to use, popup or redirect.

account_helper

Wether to use accountchooser.com upon signing in or signing up with email, the user will be redirected to the accountchooser.com website and will be able to select one of their saved accounts. You can disable it by specifying the value below.

...

Any other option to pass to Firebase UI.

Details

Setup the signin form.

Returns

self


Method reset_password()

Usage
FirebaseUI$reset_password(email = NULL)
Arguments
email

Email to send reset link to, if missing looks for current logged in user's email

Details

Reset user password

Returns

self


Method get_reset()

Usage
FirebaseUI$get_reset()
Details

Get whether password reset email was successfully sent

Returns

A list of length 2 containing success a boolean indicating whether email reset was successful and response containing successful or the error.


Method send_verification_email()

Usage
FirebaseUI$send_verification_email()
Details

Send the user a verification email

Returns

self


Method get_verification_email()

Usage
FirebaseUI$get_verification_email()
Details

Get result of verification email sending procedure

Returns

A list of length 2 containing success a boolean indicating whether email verification was successfully sent and response containing successful or the error.


Method set_password()

Usage
FirebaseUI$set_password(password)
Arguments
password

The authenticated user password, the user should be prompted to enter it.

Details

Set user password

Useful to provide ability to change password.

Returns

self


Method get_password()

Usage
FirebaseUI$get_password()
Details

Get response from set_password

Returns

A list of length 2 containing success a boolean indicating whether setting password was successfully set and response containing successful as string or the error.


Method re_authenticate()

Usage
FirebaseUI$re_authenticate(password)
Arguments
password

The authenticated user password, the user should be prompted to enter it.

Details

Re-authenticate the user.

Some security-sensitive actions—such as deleting an account, setting a primary email address, and changing a password—require that the user has recently signed in. If you perform one of these actions, and the user signed in too long ago, the action fails with an error.


Method get_re_authenticated()

Usage
FirebaseUI$get_re_authenticated()
Details

Get response from re_authenticate

Returns

A list of length 2 containing success a boolean indicating whether re-authentication was successful and response containing successful as string or the error.


Method clone()

The objects of this class are cloneable with this method.

Usage
FirebaseUI$clone(deep = FALSE)
Arguments
deep

Whether to make a deep clone.

Examples

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library(shiny)
library(firebase)

ui <- fluidPage(
  useFirebase(), # import dependencies
  useFirebaseUI() # import UI
)

server <- function(input, output){
  f <- FirebaseUI$
    new()$ # instantiate
    set_providers( # define providers
      email = TRUE, 
      google = TRUE
    )
}

## Not run: shinyApp(ui, server)

firebase documentation built on March 31, 2020, 5:17 p.m.