In this sample app, you can check out how the integrated Fingerprint and Face ID biometric authentication works in your Appery.io mobile app
NEW: One-Click Template Installation!
You can now enjoy the one-click-away option of installing the sample app: simply click the button below and in a moment, your app is ready to start! There’s no need to go to the Create new app dialog or download any template backups with further installing it.
But if you are still interested in the detailed tutorial, please follow the steps below. So, to create the app:
- From the Apps tab, click Create new app.
From the Appery.io dashboard, create a new Ionic Blank app.
- Click CREATE NEW > From plugin; in the Security section, select FaceId and Fingerprint Login plug-in and click Import selected plugins:
You'll see that the BiometricAuthentification page, two generic services and two generic scripts have appeared in the Project view tree:
Cordova Plug-in Fingerprint All-In-One
The plug-in sources, examples, and documentation can be found on this GitHub page.
- Go to Project > Routing and set BiometricAuthentification as a default route. Save the changes:
Since we are using a native component (barcode scanner), the app cannot be tested in a browser. To test the app, you need to build (
.aab for Android or
.ipa for iOS) and install it on your device. The plug-in works on both Android 6+ and iOS.
Face ID, supported devices
You can check the iPhone and iPad models that support Face ID here.
You can check below for how to export your app:
When your app version is ready, you might also like to test it on the device.
Appery.io Tester App
A great option to quickly test the app on the device is to use our Appery.io Tester app.
The app is free and available for both iOS and Android.
You can check out this page to learn more about using the Appery.io Tester app.
When you click the Check availability button, the service will check if the Fingerprint or Face ID authentication method is supported by your device. The Biometric login button shows the authentication dialog where you can select what biometric login type you prefer, Fingerprint or Face ( but which is Android-protected from taking screenshots of due to the security reasons).
Once the scanned fingerprint or face matches the one registered on your device, the success login status will be returned:
And here is how the app behaves on an iOS device:
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Updated 7 months ago