Now that you've added login and authentication events, you can work on creating new users through a separate component. Create the form and manage the authentication events when a user registers on the site.
- [Instructor] Now that we have the Log In page working, … it's time to work on registering users. … So it's going to be this page right here, … pretty similar to what we did with Log In, … but it does have some additional issues. … So that page happens to be right here, … and I'm going to start off by copying this gist … that I've created for you. … It's pretty much the same as the Log In, … but there are some additional fields, … and I went ahead and prepopulated … most of the fields and the events for you. … So if we take a look at what I copied in here, … you can see that I have the router-link already, … and also that I've already inserted the v-models. … So this will look for a local variable called passTwo. … There are two passwords, passOne and Two, … so we'll work on making sure … that users type them in properly. … And then we also have this model for email, … and then we have one here called displayName. … And finally, we have this submit event … looking for a method called register …
- Adding Firebase
- Setting up authentication with Firebase
- Reading dynamics snapshots
- Creating dynamic routes
- Displaying checked-in users
- Updating records
- Searching for data
- Creating security rules
Skill Level Intermediate
Building Laravel and Vue.js Web Appswith Michael Sullivan2h 47m Intermediate
1. Preparing Your App
2. Firebase Authentication
3. The Firestore Database
4. Finishing Up Your App
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