remember me option in firebase + react

To implement a "remember me" option in a Firebase + React application using Ember.js, you can follow these steps:

  1. Start by setting up Firebase in your Ember.js project. You'll need to install the emberfire addon, which provides integration between Ember.js and Firebase. You can do this by running the following command in your project directory:
ember install emberfire
  1. Next, you'll need to configure your Firebase credentials in your Ember.js application. This typically involves adding your Firebase project's configuration details to the config/environment.js file in your project. You can obtain these details from the Firebase console.

  2. Once Firebase is set up, you can create a login form in your React component. This form should include fields for the user to enter their email and password, as well as a checkbox for the "remember me" option.

  3. In your React component, you can use the Firebase SDK to handle the authentication process. This involves calling the appropriate Firebase methods, such as signInWithEmailAndPassword to sign in the user with their email and password.

  4. To implement the "remember me" functionality, you'll need to store the user's authentication state persistently. Firebase provides the setPersistence method, which allows you to specify whether the user's session should be remembered across page reloads. You can use this method in conjunction with the "remember me" checkbox in your login form to determine the appropriate persistence setting.

Here's an example of how you can implement the "remember me"To implement a "remember me" option in Firebase with React, you can use Firebase Authentication to handle user sign-in and remember the user's authentication state. When the user logs in with the "remember me" option checked, you can set the firebase.auth.Auth.Persistence.LOCAL option to persist the user's authentication state across browser sessions. Here's an example of how to do this in React:

import React, { useState } from 'react';
import firebase from 'firebase/app';
import 'firebase/auth';

const RememberMeCheckbox = () => {
  const [rememberMe, setRememberMe] = useState(false);

  const handleCheckboxChange = () => {

  const handleSignIn = () => {
    const persistence = rememberMe
      ? firebase.auth.Auth.Persistence.LOCAL
      : firebase.auth.Auth.Persistence.SESSION;

      .then(() => {
        // Sign in the user

  return (
        Remember me
      <button onClick={handleSignIn}>Sign In</button>

export default RememberMeCheckbox;

In this example, we create a checkbox component to allow the user to choose whether to remember their authentication state. We use the useState hook to manage the state of the checkbox. When the user clicks the "Sign In" button, we set the persistence option based on the state of the checkbox and then sign in the user using Firebase Authentication.

This approach allows you to implement the "remember me" functionality in a Firebase + React application without using third-party libraries or additional packages.