Lock for Android Custom Fields at Signup
Lock.Android allows you to specify additional fields that the user must complete before creating a new account. The extra fields will be shown on a second screen after the user completes the basic fields (email, username, password).
Create the Custom Fields
Create a new
CustomField object passing all these 4 mandatory parameters.
- Icon: The
intthat points to the resource you want to use as Icon (keep it small).
- Type: The
FieldTypeto use in this field. The type defines the keyboard layout and sometimes the input validation.
- Key: The
Stringthat identifies this value in the result JSON. It shouldn't be repeated! Repeated field keys will result in the second field getting removed from the list.
- Hint: The
@StringResof the text to show as hint in the field.
List<CustomFields> customFields = new ArrayList<>(); CustomField fieldName = new CustomField(R.drawable.ic_field_person, FieldType.TYPE_TEXT_NAME, "firstName", R.string.hint_first_name); customFields.add(fieldName);
Repeat the above steps as many times as fields you need.
Use the Custom Fields
Create a new
List to store the fields. Pass the list to the
Lock.Builder before you build it, using the method
Lock lock = Lock.newBuilder(auth0, callback) .withSignUpFields(customFields) //... .build(this);
Thats it! If you have enabled users Sign Up in the Application's Dashboard, after they complete the basic fields (email/username, password) and hit Submit, they will be prompted to fill the remaining fields.
Note that the user must fill all of the custom fields before being able to complete signup.
When requesting a user Sign Up or Sign In, the extra fields will be attached to the
user_metadata attribute in the request body. You can access them by querying the user profile at any time, even from the Dashboard in the User's section.
Each custom field can only have one