Ionic Authentication

Authentication screens included in this Ionic starter app.

The authentication screens included in this ionic template are:

  • sign up page

  • log in page

  • forgot password page

  • terms and conditions modal

  • privacy policy modal

In the authentication forms you can find a show-hide password custom component super useful for mobile screens. Learn more about this component here.

You can find the code of this component in src/app/components/show-hide-password

Please note that Facebook, Twitter and Google login are not implemented in this page. They are implemented in the Firebase Authentication section.

Form Validations for password can be found inside the Forms & Validations section of the template.

How to use authentication pages?

Each of these pages has a Form with the inputs required by the page such as username, email and password. We use Angular Reactive Forms from @angular/forms library.

Angular Reactive Forms

Angular reactive forms, also known as model-driven forms, offers an easy way to use reactive patterns and validations. They follow the reactive programming style that supports an explicit data management flow between non-UI data models (frequently retrieved from a server) and a UI-oriented form model that keeps the states and values of HTML controls on the app screen. Learn more here.


For the terms and conditions and privacy policy modals we use the Ionic Modal Controller. It's super easy to use and customize. Basically you need to create a Component for the modal you want to show and then just display it using the Modal controller. You can find the components we created for these modals in:src/app/privacy-policy/ and src/app/terms-of-service/

Submit the Authentication Forms

As we mentioned before, we don't use any specific backend for this template. However, if you are going to provide a custom email/password authentication you will need a backend for this. You can try Firebase Firestore Database and use this tutorial as a guide.

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