Integrating Firebase with WooCommerce gives the ability to enable user login to the WooCommerce site using Firebase credentials. If you want users to login to WooCommerce site using their Firebase credentials, you can simply do it using our Firebase Authentication plugin. Once you configure the Firebase WooCommerce login integration with Firebase Authentication plugin, you can enable an option to ‘Auto Create Users into Firebase’ when registered on WooCommerce. Also, users can reset their password from the WooCommerce login dashboard.
To setup WordPress Firebase Authentication Plugin you can
You can download WordPress Firebase Authentication plugin using the following link.
Use cases for Firebase WooCommerce Integration:
USE CASE 1: Login into WooCommerce site using Firebase credentials:
Suppose you have android and IOS mobile applications and a WooCommerce website. The mobile app sign in process is using Firebase, but your e-commerce website is based on Wordpress credentials, thus you can use Firebase Authentication plugin to synchronize the login process. Using the plugin, you can allow your mobile app users to login to WooCommerce site using Firebase credentials. Also, whenever a user login for the first time, that user is auto-created into the site.
Go to the Advanced Settings tab and enable the checkbox of WooCommerce option and click on Save Settings.
Now to test the Firebase login, visit your site in a private window and go to My account page of your WooCommerce site and login with the credentials of the user you already have in your Firebase Project.
Go to the Users tab in your firebase project.
Enter the username and password of the Firebase user in the login section.
The user will be logged in to your woocommerce site and that user will be auto created into the WordPress site.
In case of forgot password, click on the link Lost your password on My account page.
Enter your email Id in the given field and click on RESET PASSWORD.
Now you will get an email with a password reset link. Following window will open when you click on the password reset link.
Enter your new password and click on SAVE.
This will reset the password on Firebase side and you can now login to WooCommerce with your email and this new password.
Usecase 1 'Login into WooCommerce site using Firebase credentials' can be covered with our Premium plan
USE CASE 2 :Auto Sync Users to Firebase and WordPress:
You have your WooCommerce website and wanted to give a signup option to your users via WooCommerce registration page and you also have built in a mobile application where you have provided an option to login to woocommerce via Firebase. Then you can enable the ‘Auto Register Users into Firebase’ option from the plugin and users are auto created into the Firebase as well as your WooCommerce site whenever they register into your site. You can also give an option on your website to reset the password. So that password is updated at Firebase and users can use the new password to login into WooCommerce website and mobile application.
In the Plugin, enable the Auto register users into Firebase and the checkbox of WooCommerce option and click on Save Settings.
Now go to the WooCommerce Settings page. In the tab Accounts & Privacy, enable the required settings.
It includes the options to allow users to create an account on the My Account and Checkout page.
Also, disable the option to auto generate the password while registering, so that the user can enter his password and it can be stored in the firebase project.
Now, when the user is created at the WooCommerce checkout page, he will be auto created in the Firebase Project.
Usecase 2 'Auto Sync Users to Firebase and WordPress' can be covered with our Premium plan
USE CASE 3 : Social login with Google, Facebook on WooCommerce My Account login page:
For your WooCommerce site, if you want to allow end-users to Login using social providers like Google, Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Github, Yahoo, Microsoft using Firebase, you can add social login buttons on your My account page for that. We provide a shortcode in the plugin for that.
Go to the Advanced Settings tab and select the checkboxes for Social Login providers to give a login option to your end users and click on Save Settings.
If you want to show the buttons on the WordPress default login page, you can check the checkbox Show Login button on WP Login Page.
Use the shortcode [mo_firebase_auth_login] to add social login buttons on the WooCommerce my account page.
You can see the different social login buttons added on the WooCommerce my account page as below.
If you have selected the option to show Show Login button on WP Login Page, You can see the different social login buttons added on the WordPress default login form as below.
Usecase 3 'Social login with Google, Facebook on WooCommerce My Account login page' can be covered with our Enterprise plan
USE CASE 4 : Phone no verification via Firebase OTP on WooCommerce Checkout page:
You have a mobile application with Firebase Phone verification sign-in and you want to integrate your WooCommerce website with Firebase OTP verification so that your customers will have to verify their phone numbers when they create an account while purchasing the product at the checkout.
Usecase 4 'Phone no verification via Firebase OTP on WooCommerce Checkout page' is not covered in any of the plugin plans. This can be customized according to the customer needs
USE CASE 5 : Uploading WooCommerce data to Firestore:
If you have to manage your all products data at Firestore, plugin will provide an option to send the WooCommerce product data to Firebase whenever a new product is created on your wooCommerce website.
Integrate your Cloud Firestore database with WordPress Site. Refer this link to know more.
Usecase 5 'Uploading WooCommerce data to Firestore' is not covered in any of the plugin plans. This can be customized according to the customer needs
USE CASE 6 : Authenticate WordPress REST APIs with Firebase JWT token:
You have to protect your WordPress APIs using JWT authentication, and you want to make authenticated API calls using the Firebase token after the user has logged in. Using the plugin, you can fetch the Firebase token of a logged in user and then that token can be used to make API calls. You can also store Firebase user id from the token against that user's order meta data.
Usecase 6 'Authenticate WordPress REST APIs with Firebase JWT token' is not covered in any of the plugin plans. This can be customized according to the customer needs
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