ranyefet / react-native-facebook-login

React Native component wrapping the native Facebook SDK login button and manager

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React Native : Facebook SDK Login Button

<FBLogin /> provides a React Native component wrapping the native Facebook SDK login button and manager.

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Note: Demo above includes debug text to confirm login (i.e. user name, email and access token). <FBLogin />, by default, will only display the native blue 'Log in with Facebook' button.

Table of contents

Usage

FBLogin

Provides a React Native component which wraps the Facebook SDK FBSDKLoginButton.

Defaults
var FBLogin = require('react-native-facebook-login');

var Login = React.createClass({
  render: function() {
    return (
      <FBLogin />
    );
  }
});
Exhaustive
var FBLogin = require('react-native-facebook-login');
var FBLoginManager = require('NativeModules').FBLoginManager;

var Login = React.createClass({
  render: function() {
    var _this = this;
    return (
      <FBLogin style={{ marginBottom: 10, }}
        permissions={["email","user_friends"]}
        loginBehavior={FBLoginManager.LoginBehaviors.Native}
        onLogin={function(data){
          console.log("Logged in!");
          console.log(data);
          _this.setState({ user : data.credentials });
        }}
        onLogout={function(){
          console.log("Logged out.");
          _this.setState({ user : null });
        }}
        onLoginFound={function(data){
          console.log("Existing login found.");
          console.log(data);
          _this.setState({ user : data.credentials });
        }}
        onLoginNotFound={function(){
          console.log("No user logged in.");
          _this.setState({ user : null });
        }}
        onError={function(data){
          console.log("ERROR");
          console.log(data);
        }}
        onCancel={function(){
          console.log("User cancelled.");
        }}
        onPermissionsMissing={function(data){
          console.log("Check permissions!");
          console.log(data);
        }}
      />
    );
  }
});

Login Behavior

You can change the FBSDK login behavior of the button by including the loginBehavior prop on the FBLogin component.

  • FBLoginManager.LoginBehaviors.Native: This is the default behavior, and indicates logging in through the native Facebook app may be used. The SDK may still use Safari instead.
  • FBLoginManager.LoginBehaviors.Browser: Attempts log in through the Safari or SFSafariViewController, if available.
  • FBLoginManager.LoginBehaviors.SystemAccount: Attempts log in through the Facebook account currently signed in through the device Settings.
  • FBLoginManager.LoginBehaviors.Web: Attempts log in through a modal UIWebView pop up.

FBLoginManager

Wraps features of the native iOS Facebook SDK FBSDKLoginManager interface.

See example/components/facebook/FBLoginMock.js for an example using only the exposed native methods of the FBLoginManager to recreate the native FBSDKLoginButton.

Usage

var FBLoginManager = require('NativeModules').FBLoginManager;

FBLoginManager.loginWithPermissions(["email","user_friends"], function(error, data){
  if (!error) {
    console.log("Login data: ", data);
  } else {
    console.log("Error: ", data);
  }
})

FBLoginManager.Events

A variety of events are emitted across the React Native bridge back to your javascript components. This means you can take advantage of the RCTDeviceEventEmitter.addListener method to listen, and create subscribers that will execute, for each action. In fact, this is how the onEvent handlers are implemented for the FBLogin component (see FBLogin.ios.js).

Usage

var RCTDeviceEventEmitter = require('RCTDeviceEventEmitter');
var FBLoginManager = require('NativeModules').FBLoginManager;

...

var subscriber = RCTDeviceEventEmitter.addListener(
  FBLoginManager.Events["Login"],
  (eventData) => {
    console.log("[Login] ", eventData);
  }
);

...

// Be sure to remove subscribers when they are no longer needed
// e.g. componentWillUnmount
subscriber.remove();

Setup

npm install --save react-native-facebook-login
  • Run open node_modules/react-native-facebook-login
  • Drag RCTFBLogin.xcodeproj into your Libraries group
  • Select your main project in the navigator to bring up settings
  • Under Build Phases expand the Link Binary With Libraries header
  • Scroll down and click the + to add a library
  • Find and add libRTCFBLogin.a under the Workspace group
  • ⌘+B

Note: If your build fails, you most likely forgot to setup the Facebook SDK

Facebook SDK

Facebook : Quick Start for iOS

Adding the Facebook SDK

  • Run open node_modules/react-native-facebook-login/FacebookSDK
  • Select all the .framework files and click drag them into your project
  • Be sure to configure your .plist file

example-fbsdk-frameworks

  • Import statements for FBSDK kits
#import <FBSDKCoreKit/FBSDKCoreKit.h>
#import <FBSDKLoginKit/FBSDKLoginKit.h>
  • Modify the application methods to return FBSDKApplicationDelegate before the @end.
- (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary *)launchOptions
{
  // ...
  self.window = [[UIWindow alloc] initWithFrame:[UIScreen mainScreen].bounds];
  UIViewController *rootViewController = [[UIViewController alloc] init];
  rootViewController.view = rootView;
  self.window.rootViewController = rootViewController;
  [self.window makeKeyAndVisible];
  // return YES;
  return [[FBSDKApplicationDelegate sharedInstance] application:application
                                    didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:launchOptions];
}
  • Add the following new methods after the application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions method above, before the @end.
// Facebook SDK
- (void)applicationDidBecomeActive:(UIApplication *)application {
    [FBSDKAppEvents activateApp];
}

- (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application openURL:(NSURL *)url sourceApplication:(NSString *)sourceApplication annotation:(id)annotation {
    return [[FBSDKApplicationDelegate sharedInstance] application:application
                                                          openURL:url
                                                sourceApplication:sourceApplication
                                                       annotation:annotation];
}

example-fbsdk-frameworks

Example project

Toy

open example/toy.xcodeproj

See the example project for a working example.

Documentation

TODO

Contributing

Just submit a pull request!

Use the simple toy project under the example directory to verify your changes.

open example/toy.xcodeproj

todo

  • Auth with javascript Api as an exposed method on button
  • Clean up duplicate code in login methods
  • documentation for FBLogin component props, expected values (FB SDK links), etc.
  • expose RCT_EXPORT functions on FBLogin, docs as component method, use 'refs' to call - login/logout/getCredentials as methods via FBLogin component ref
  • writePermissions parameter for button

Copyright and license

Code and documentation copyright 2015 Noah M Jorgenson. Code released under the MIT license.

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React Native component wrapping the native Facebook SDK login button and manager

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