Email and Password Based Authentication with Expo and Firebase Part 1: Project Setup

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  • expo-firebase-authentication

    Sample Expo application to showcase email and password based authentication using Firebase.

    The goal of this series of blog posts, is to provide a simple example of how to setup Expo and Firebase with email and password based authentication. When done, this app will support sign up, sign in, sign out, email verification, and password reset. All the code for this series of blog posts is available on this Github repository. Let's jump right in.

  • react-native-dotenv

    Load react native environment variables using import statements for multiple env files.

    It's time to use the Firebase project configuration in the Expo app. To do so, first install the Firebase SDK by running expo install firebase. Additionally, install react-native-dotenv by running npm install react-native-dotenv, so that environment variables can be imported in the app via an .env file. Next, add the module:react-native-dotenv plugin to the default Expo babel.config.js file.

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