kandi X-RAY | google-signin Summary
kandi X-RAY | google-signin Summary
Google Sign-in for your React Native applications
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Sign in asynchronously .
- Builds a GoogleSignin options .
- Display available services .
- Initialize Flipper .
- Create view instance .
- Creates an array of scopes from the given readable text .
- Reject the promise .
- Resolves the value .
- Creates the view managers for the Google Signin button .
google-signin Key Features
google-signin Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on google-signin
I'm using Android Room to build an offline database. I'm able to perform simple INSERT or DELETE queries but i'm having hard time figuring out how to perform a SELECT with parameters that returns a single row. This is my code right now:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-05 at 08:59
I found a solution. The issue was caused by the positioning of line:
The right position for this line is just before
navController.navigate("screen"), like this:
I am trying to apply custom fonts to my react native application. When i run this command...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-16 at 11:42
in my case i delete ios folder in my project and then recreate with following command
i want a user to input data in a form i created and i want the data to be sent to mongodb atlas.
so i host the form locally and it gives me an error "require is not defined".
my question is do i have to bundle the mongodb module or is there a way to do it without bundleing.
this is the code.
I USE THE VSCODE LIVE EXTENSION TO HOST....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-26 at 15:26
Databases (remote or local) are server side services. You need a back end app that handles the post request from the form located in the front end part and then from the backend trigger any action into Mongo Atlas.
Going with a NodeJS & Express stack could be a good option for you (you will also need to work with mongo in the backend, but in this case you will be storing the data in a remote Mongo Database).
I am following this document https://firebase.google.com/docs/auth/android/google-signin#java_1
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-17 at 09:34
Need to add
terms and condition link in
google developer console under
APIs & Services ->
OAuth consent screen ->
Create new OAuth consent if not created already else just click on
edit app option under
OAuth consent screen.
I'm using Firebase Authentication for my web app, and customizing the redirect domain for Firebase Authentication's Google Sign-In feature so that Google's authentication page will show
Continue to: mydomain.io,
I followed Firebase's documentation:
- Domain Hosting
auth.mydomain.ioto the list of authorized domains in the Firebase console
- In the Google OAuth setup page, whitelist the URL of the redirect page which is
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-14 at 17:06
Coming back with some good news. It now works perfectly, though I haven't changed anything. Give it 24h-48h if you are in the same situation I was.
I saw many questions on SO regarding this issue and none of them was answered (or the solution doesn't work), I don't know why. People are having this error continuously but no solution is being provided. And from past few days even I'm encountering this error (Note: It seems to be working fine on my physical device (not while debugging, it works on only if I release it), but not on android emulator, so I'm pretty sure my internet is working fine):...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-10 at 06:51
Found out the solution on my own after a lot of search. Although I had to make a new bare react native project from scratch, and even then I was encountering that error, I had literally lost hope with firebase at that point. Then after sometime I changed my
firebase config to the below code and it worked:
I am trying to install React Native Firebase Mlkit to my existing iOS React Native app. My app is already using various Firebase packages (app, auth, firestore, etc.).
I am following the instructions from the guide. I tried both automatic and manual installation. But when I run
pod install, I got this error:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-02 at 19:23
1) First off
Firebase/MLVisionTextModel is deprecated (FirebaseMLVisionTextModel has been deprecated in favor of MLKitTextRecognition). You can read the migration guide here (https://developers.google.com/ml-kit/migration)
2) If you ever have errors like
was resolved to x.x.x, which depends on Firebase/CoreOnly (= x.x.x) A lot of times you can fix this by adding this below at the very top of your PodFile to specify what version to use.
I'm trying to get my Flutter Web app to work with Firebase Google Auth. Everything works locally, but on the production server (hosted on Firebase) I just get the following not helpful stack trace:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-21 at 11:29
It turns out that Firefox is better in terms of reporting this issue. In contrast to the Chrome console, Firefox console produced a nice error message (unfortunately I haven't copied the exact message), telling me that the client ID was not registered with Google Cloud Services. There must be a synchronization issue between Firebase Console (where the ID was registered) and Google Cloud Console (where the ID was not registered).
i have the Invariant Violation: Native module cannot be null error and the 2nd error down below. I found online the issue might have to do with not having an ios folder in a module directory, i looked in each of the folders in the local system and on github with them all containing the ios folder...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-20 at 05:12
Check the library
@react-navigation/drawer compatibility with IOS and Android respectively , link it manually sometimes autolinking doesn't work. Ensure you are running correct project , clean build and install pod and check it out.
We have a react-native project implemented using
redux/toolkit as the main packages
recently we integrated react-native-web into our project, but it is not running correctly.
there are several problems with our project:
we cannot load custom modules when we import them. for example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-17 at 03:32
No vulnerabilities reported
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