React App Facebook Login
After doing all these steps you have your app id copy your unique app id in App.js file where app id of facebook is empty yet. And your login with facebook part will end up here then go to the
A Stormpath directory is a way to group accounts so that you have more granular control over things like security policies. Name the new directory "Facebook Login" and choose "Facebook" from the list of types. Two more fields will be added where you can enter your Facebook app ID and secret from the previous section.
In this tutorial I will be walking you through how to set up the React Native Facebook SDK in iOS, to allow for logging in with Facebook in your application. Check out my other tutorial on how to
Facebook Authorization in a React App. The Facebook API documentation is a great source of information for accomplishing most Facebook partnered related tasks. The first step is to log into the Facebook developers website using your Facebook login:
React native app with facebook sdk login and firebase storage. npm i react-native-firebase --save npm i react-native-facebook-login --save. Proceed to settings in order to get both App ID and App Secret to your Facebook App and copy them into firebase.
In this video we will create a Facebook login button in React to get the users name, email and picture. We will then add it to the component state and render the data. This is an introductory