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ngx-auth-firebaseui - Open Source Library for Angular Web Apps to integrate a material user interface for firebase authentication.

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Angular UI component for firebase authentication. This library is an angular module (including angular components and services) that allows to authenticate your users with your firebase project. NgxAuthFirebseUI is compatible with angular material and angular flexLayout.

If you prefer to develop with bootstrap rather than with material design, please check this project @firebaseui/ng-bootstrap

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Table of Contents

ngx-auth-firebaseui vs firebaseui-web

Features ngx-auth-firebaseui firebaseui
Sign Up ✔️ ✔️
Sign In ✔️ ✔️
Sign In Anonymously ✔️
Sign In with Google ✔️ ✔️
Sign In with Facebook ✔️ ✔️
Sign In with Twitter ✔️ ✔️
Sign In with Github ✔️ ✔️
Sign In with PhoneNumber ✔️
Sign out ✔️
Sign in/up progress indicator ✔️
Password Strength indicator ✔️
Forgot/Reset Password ✔️
Delete account ✔️
User Profile ✔️
Check whether user's email is verified ✔️
Edit user's display name (incl. validation) ✔️
Edit user's email (incl. validation) ✔️
Edit user's phone number (incl. validation) ✔️
Configure your favorite auth provider in runtime ✔️
Sync user'auth with Firestore
Angular v2-6 friendly ✔️
Internationalization (i18n) 🔜 ✔️
Ionic/cordova support 🔜 @firebaseui/ionic-auth
Real time form validation ✔️
Easy to integrate ✔️
Support Server Side Rendering ✔️
Support SPA without further config ✔️
Support Safari private browsing ✔️

Why to use ngx-auth-firebaseui ?

Library's components

  • <ngx-auth-firebaseui> used for the authentication process
  • <ngx-auth-firebaseui-providers> used to display only buttons for providers like googe, facebook, twitter and github
  • <ngx-auth-firebaseui-user> used to display/edit the data of the current authenticated user

Supported Providers:

  • anonymously
  • email and password (traditional)
  • google
  • facebook
  • twitter
  • github
  • phone number 🔜

Supported Processes and Actions:


the full tutorial guide can be found here


  • Try it out
if(issues || feedback || you_need_more_features){
    // send me an email -> to: anthony.na@hotmail.de


here are some features, the rest is coming 🔜

take a look at live example with firestore's synchronization here



Screenshots - Browser

  • sign in

ngx-auth-firebaseui sign in

  • Sign up - registration


ngx-auth-firebaseui sign up


ngx-auth-firebaseui sign up

demo outlook

ngx-auth-firebaseui sign up

Screenshots - Client Side Validation

ngx-auth-firebaseui sign up


row layout

Please note: when the view port is getting too small, the layout will be automatically change to column

ngx-auth-firebaseui sign up

column layout

ngx-auth-firebaseui sign up


  • user profile

when logged out

ngx-auth-firebaseui user profile component

when logged in

ngx-auth-firebaseui user profile component

in edit mode

ngx-auth-firebaseui edit user component

Screenshots - Mobile Browser

  • Sign in - mobile

ngx-auth-firebaseui on mobile

Screenshots - Reset Password

  • Before

ngx-auth-firebaseui on mobile

  • After

ngx-auth-firebaseui on mobile

Peer Dependencies - please make sure that peerDependencies are installed

"peerDependencies": {
    "@angular/core": "^6.x",
    "@angular/animations": "^6.x",
    "@angular/cdk": "^6.x",
    "@angular/flex-layout": "^6.0.0-beta.16",
    "@angular/forms": "^5.x",
    "@angular/material": "^5.x",
    "angularfire2": "5.0.0-rc.10.0",
    "firebase": "5.x",


Angular deps

npm i -s @angular/material@6.2.1 @angular/cdk@6.2.1 @angular/flex-layout@6.0.0-beta.16 @angular/forms@6.0.4 @angular/animations@6.0.4

Firebase deps

npm i -s firebase@5.0.4 angularfire2@5.0.0-rc.10.0


If you are still running angular v5, please consider to user ngx-auth-firebaseui v0.x

v1.x should be used with angular v6 projects



the @angular-material-extensions/password-strength is used to indicate how secure is the provided password when registering a new firebase user e.g:

(1) Installation

Install above dependencies via npm.

Now install ngx-auth-firebaseui via:

npm install --save ngx-auth-firebaseui

Once installed you need to import the main module:

import { NgxAuthFirebaseUIModule } from 'ngx-auth-firebaseui';

The only remaining part is to list the imported module in your application module. The exact method will be slightly different for the root (top-level) module for which you should end up with the code similar to (notice NgxAuthFirebaseUIModule .forRoot()):

and then from your Angular AppModule:

import { BrowserModule } from '@angular/platform-browser';
import { NgModule } from '@angular/core';

import { AppComponent } from './app.component';

// Import your library
import { NgxAuthFirebaseUIModule } from 'ngx-auth-firebaseui';
import {BrowserAnimationsModule} from '@angular/platform-browser/animations';

  declarations: [
  imports: [

    // Specify the ngx-auth-firebaseui library as an import
                    apiKey: 'your-firebase-apiKey',
                    authDomain: 'your-firebase-authDomain',
                    databaseURL: 'your-firebase-databaseURL',
                    projectId: 'your-firebase-projectId',
                    storageBucket: 'your-firebase-storageBucket',
                    messagingSenderId: 'your-firebase-messagingSenderId'
  providers: [],
  bootstrap: [AppComponent]
export class AppModule { }

Other modules in your application can simply import NgxAuthFirebaseUIModule:

import { NgxAuthFirebaseUIModule } from 'ngx-auth-firebaseui';

  declarations: [OtherComponent, ...],
  imports: [NgxAuthFirebaseUIModule, ...],
export class OtherModule {


Note:If you are using SystemJS, you should adjust your configuration to point to the UMD bundle. In your systemjs config file, map needs to tell the System loader where to look for ngx-auth-firebaseui:

map: {
  'ngx-auth-firebaseui': 'node_modules/ngx-auth-firebaseui/bundles/ngx-auth-firebaseui.umd.js',

(2) Usage

Once the library is imported, you can use its components, directives and pipes in your Angular application:


<!-- You can now use the library component in app.component.html  -->

<ngx-auth-firebaseui (onSuccess)="printUser($event)"


<!-- or simply in the app.component.ts -->
    selector: 'app',
    template: `
        <ngx-auth-firebaseui (onSuccess)="printUser($event)" (onError)="printError()"></ngx-auth-firebaseui>`
class AppComponent {

    printUser(event) {

    printError(event) {




<!-- You can now use the library component in app.component.html  -->
<ngx-auth-firebaseui-providers layout="column"></ngx-auth-firebaseui-providers>







option bind type default description
guestEnabled Input() boolean true whether the user can sign in and continue as guest
providers Input() string[] ['all'] or [AuthProvider.All] choose your favorite authentication provider: google
onSuccess Output() any - this will be fired when an authentication process was success. The authenticated user is emitted!
onError Output() any - this event will be fired when an error occurred during the authentication process! An error message is emitted!

How to disable users to sign in and continue as guest, use the guestEnabled input

<ngx-auth-firebaseui [guestEnabled]="false"


disable guests option with ngx-auth-firebaseui

How to configure your input providers ? see the examples

e.g: in your component, import the AuthProvider enum to pick up your favorite provider:

import {OnInit} from '@angular/core';
import {AuthProvider} from 'ngx-auth-firebaseui';

export class ExampleComponent implements OnInit {

  providers = AuthProvider;

  ngOnInit() {

in your template -->

  [providers]="[providers.Google, providers.Facebook, providers.Twitter]"


  [providers]="['google', 'facebook', 'twitter']"

take a look at the full documentation here


option bind type default description
layout Input() string row set the layout of the providers buttons options: 'column' or 'row'
theme Input() string default set the theme of the providers buttons options: '', 'classic', 'stroked', 'fab', 'mini-fab', 'raised',

e.g: in template:

<ngx-auth-firebaseui-providers [theme]="themes.CLASSIC"></ngx-auth-firebaseui-providers>
<ngx-auth-firebaseui-providers [theme]="themes.STROKED"></ngx-auth-firebaseui-providers>
<ngx-auth-firebaseui-providers [theme]="themes.RAISED"></ngx-auth-firebaseui-providers>
<ngx-auth-firebaseui-providers [theme]="themes.FAB"></ngx-auth-firebaseui-providers>
<ngx-auth-firebaseui-providers [theme]="themes.MINI_FAB"></ngx-auth-firebaseui-providers>

in your component:

import {Component} from '@angular/core';
import {AuthProvider, Theme} from 'ngx-auth-firebaseui';

selector: 'app-root',
templateUrl: './app.component.html',
styleUrls: ['./app.component.css']
export class AppComponent {

  themes = Theme;

auth providers themes for ngx-auth-firebaseui


option bind type default description
onAccountDeleted Output() void - this will be fired when the user deletes his account

(3) Additional Requirements - material (Include a theme)

With Angular CLI

Please take a look of the official documentation of angular material themes here

Without Angular CLI

see how it works

(4) Additional Requirements - Import the material design icons learn more

  • The easiest way to import material design icons is to provide a link in your index.html file like below:
<link href="https://fonts.googleapis.com/icon?family=Material+Icons" rel="stylesheet">
  • alternative solution:
  1. Install of the official npm module of the material design icons
npm i -s material-design-icons
  1. Import them in your angular.json file
"styles": [

(5) Additional Requirements - assets

With Angular CLI

  • open the file .angular.json
  • add the following into the assets section
          "glob": "**/*",
          "input": "../node_modules/ngx-auth-firebaseui/dist/assets/",
          "output": "./assets/"
  • after that the required images will be copied to the assets dir and will be available for the app.
  • finally the assets section should be in a way similar to that -->
"assets": [
          "glob": "**/*",
          "input": "../node_modules/ngx-auth-firebaseui/dist/assets/",
          "output": "./assets/"

Without Angular CLI

copy the assets directory into the root of your project, so that your app can get the required images for the UI. This is an example of requesting an image from the library Request URL:http://localhost:4200/assets/google.svg. Please make sur that the images will be hosted in the right place

Run Demo App Locally


$ git clone https://github.com/AnthonyNahas/ngx-auth-firebaseui.git
  • link the ngx-auth-firebaseui package
$ gulp link
  • navigate to the demo app directory
$ cd demo
  • install the dependencies
$ npm i
  • run/start/serve the app
$ npm run start


$ ng serve --open
  • the app is now hosted by http://localhost:4200/


To generate all *.js, *.d.ts and *.metadata.json files:

$ npm run build

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