Change User Email/Password in Firebase and React Native

Change User Email/Password in Firebase and React Native

  • For Email/Password Authentication, this can be accomplished with the following code: – reauthenticate = (currentPassword) = { – var user = firebase.auth().
  • currentUser; – var cred = user.email, currentPassword); – return function grabs the current user, creates a credential from the current email and password (which you should ask the user for first) and then calls reauthenticateWithCredential, which returns a promise.
  • Now, we can change the user’s email and password and not have to worry about running into the “this requires recent authentication” error.
  • catch((error) = { console.log(error); }); – }changeEmail = (currentPassword, newEmail) = { – = { – var user = firebase.auth().
  • catch((error) = { console.log(error); }); – }Here, we reauthenticate the user with their current password.

Changing the current user’s email and password in Firebase is as easy as calling .updatePassword(newPassword) on the user object. However, if the user hasn’t logged in recently, you may end up with…
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Planning to Get An App Built – Ionic V/S React Native



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  • Some of these companies have specific needs while pursuing application development such as building the cross-platform application, hybrid application or native application.
  • Hybrid VS. Native is a long-standing debate prevalent amongst companies looking for app development.
  • Some of the widely used hybrid application development frameworks include: Ionic, React Native, NativeScript, PhoneGap and Xamarin.
  • It is a classic hybrid development framework which allows web developers to build apps across all major platforms using a single code base.
  • If you have to develop an app in short time span which should have good performance and supports both Progressive Web Apps (PWA) and Native browser apps, then Ionic is the best suitable framework.

In the present time, more and more companies are putting in efforts to build their respective digital products. Some of these companies have specific needs while pursuing application development such as building the cross-platform application, hybrid application or native application.
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Server Side Rendering vs Client Side Rendering ?

Basic diff. between Server Side Rendering vs Client Side Rendering : 

#JavaScript #ReactJS

  • Very simple put, in this model, the server provides with a page which is already populated with the data.
  • It’s just that your server uses the same templates/components to render the app on server.
  • Say you have a simple web application which displays the pictures of cats, and people can vote on how cute a cat is.
  • server.route( { method: ‘GET’ , path: ‘/cats’ , handler: ( request, reply ) => { /* For the sake of this example, imagine that the constant `data` is already populated with the data; similar to the JSON I have in the previous example */ const cats = …
  • Server-side Rendering — the server sends a pre-rendered (i.e., all the steps I outlines above been executed on the server-side) page, and that is displayed to the user.

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Can some help me to understand the basics of server side rendering and client side rendering? And also the difference between them? When to use what? etc… Tagged with Programming.


Server Side Rendering vs Client Side Rendering ?