A Flutter plugin to authenticate to social networks
To use this plugin, add
social_login as a dependency in your pubspec.yaml file.
// Import package import 'package:social_login/social_login.dart'; // Instantiate it final socialLogin = SocialLogin(); //Before calling any methods, set the configuration socialLogin.setConfig(SocialConfig( facebookAppId: FACEBOOK_APP_ID, googleWebClientId: GOOGLE_WEB_CLIENT_ID, /*In case a Google tokenId is needed*/ twitterConsumer: TWITTER_CONSUMER_KEY, twitterSecret: TWITTER_CONSUMER_SECRET, )); // Get current logged user final FacebookUser facebookUser = await socialLogin.getCurrentFacebookUser(); final GoogleUser googleUser = await socialLogin.getCurrentGoogleUser(); final TwitterUser twitterUser = await socialLogin.getCurrentTwitterUser(); //Log in social networks final FacebookUser facebookUser = await socialLogin.logInFacebookWithPermissions(FacebookPermissions.DEFAULT); final GoogleUser googleUser = await socialLogin.logInGoogle(); final TwitterUser twitterUser = await socialLogin.logInTwitter(); //Log out from social networks await socialLogin.logOutFacebook(); await socialLogin.logOutGoogle(); await socialLogin.logOutTwitter();
Demonstrates how to use the social_login plugin.
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Add this to your package's pubspec.yaml file:
dependencies: social_login: ^0.0.2
You can install packages from the command line:
$ flutter packages get
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flutter packages get.
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Now in your Dart code, you can use:
|0.0.2||Nov 12, 2018|
|0.0.1||Nov 12, 2018|
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