1.OVERVIEW

Social Login Package App for creating a simple login page and social media login page in your application. We provide the code for admin in this two login so admin can easily create the login page in their application.

  1. Simple log in and registration – Admin can create a simple login page in their application.

                       – Facebook (Login with Facebook in your application)

                       – Google (Login with Google in your application)

                       – Twitter (Login with Twitter in your application)

                       – Linkedin (Login with Linkedin in your application)

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2.APP SETTING

LOG IN SETTING:

 

 

LOG IN WITH SOCIAL MEDIA SETTING:

 

FACEBOOK LOG IN SETTING:

 

TWITTER LOGIN SETTING:

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3.WORK FLOW

Admin can create a login page in their application with Social login Package.

 

Here we provide the option when admin can create a login page with social media so it is posible for this application.

 

Simple login and registration page for application.

 

Admin can fill the all details of login page and login with simple method.

 

 

Facebook Sign up with Android app:

Register your app.

Step 1-

 

All apps that use the Facebook SDK must be registered with Facebook. Log in to the https://developers.facebook.com/apps/ and click Create a New App in the top right.

 

Step 2-

 

You are presented with a form enter the required fields and click Create App ID.

 

 

In the next screen, you are able to see your Application ID. Make a note of it, because you will be needing it later.

 

 

In the next screen, you are able to see your Application ID. Make a note of it, because you will be needing it later.

Step 3-

 

Open Settings from the left and click the Add Platform button. From the pop-up, select Android.

Step 4-

 

In the next form, enter the package name of your app and the name of your activity. If you haven’t created your app or activity yet, make sure you remember the values you entered.

Step 5-

 

To fill in the Key Hashes field, open a terminal window and run the keytool command to generate a key hash using the debug keystore located at ~/.android/debug.keystore. This is what the command should look like.

 

keytool -exportcert -alias androiddebugkey -keystore ~/.android/debug.keystore | openssl sha1 -binary | openssl base64

 

The default password for the debug keystore is android.
Enter that password when prompted. The output of the command should be a
string of 28 characters. Copy it, go back to your browser, and paste
the string into the Key Hashes field as shown below.