In the Firebase console, navigate to Authentication and the tab "Sign-In Method". Enable Email/Password as shown below.
There are two properties that you need to retrieve from Firebase to connect it with Thunkable which are both retrievable from the Firebase console:
API key and
API key and
The first step for users is to Sign Up with their email address and a password. They will be sent an email to verify the address that they provided. A sample block that also saves login credentials locally with stored variables is provided below:
Sign up (
Signs up a user for a new account. Returns an
Users who sign up will be sent an email to verify the email address they provided is valid. You can use the blocks below to check whether they have verified their email before they can proceed further
When the user's email and password have been stored locally, the following blocks can be used to sign the user in with these details automatically.
Sign in (
Signs in an existing user. Returns an
Sign out (
Signs out a user from an account, usually to sign in with a different account
Reset password (
Sends an email to a user to reset their password
On the Firebase console, navigate to the Users tab under Authentication and you'll find a dashboard where you can reset a user's password, disable and delete their accounts.