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|Sun, Jun 19 2016 9:44 AM||Permanent Link|
So I have come to realize that the good old register and login with your email address is about to become obsolete these days. "Everyone" these days are using some kind of social platform. I have lately also been contacted by alot of my users asking if they can use "social login" instead of having to register / login with their email. After doing some research, about 95% of my users are using either FaceBook or linkedIn actively.
My current project is within manpower / personnel recruitment and the market is very competitive. I need to enable social logins in my project to stay on the top of it. Has anyone else done so with EWB?
My first approach will be with Facebook. Once that is implemented, I will consider linkedIn.
Would it be a good idea to load the Facebook Javasript API with EWB, or just have it in separate files and redirect to those script when the user click the Login with Facebook button? In that case, I would redirect back to the EWB again with a Facebook token after successful login
Any thoughts would be highly appreciated
|Mon, Jun 20 2016 4:15 AM||Permanent Link|
> I need to enable social logins in my project to stay on the top of it.
I look forward to your report on how to do it! I suspect that the key
will be that this is a server side thing, but that the browser code has
to participate in it. I'd hope it can all be done in an iFrame so your
code doesn't have to be abandoned and reloaded. Doing that with PayPal
payments is not simple (though not hard).
I note that a lot of places do login with Facebook or Google, but
LinkedIn might be best for some sites (depends on purpose of course).
|Mon, Jun 20 2016 4:29 PM||Permanent Link|
Tim Young [Elevate Software]
Elevate Software, Inc.
<< Would it be a good idea to load the Facebook Javasript API with EWB, or just have it in separate files and redirect to those script when the user click the Login with Facebook button? In that case, I would redirect back to the EWB again with a Facebook token after successful login >>
I would use whatever is easiest for you. Implementing the external interfaces for the API classes in EWB can be confusing at times, and sometimes there are things in the external JS API that prevent an easy implementation (Google Maps required a special "window" property). However, if the JS API is something that can be implemented as an EWB external interface, then I would certainly suggest doing so because that will make your code much more reliable because the compiler will do more QA work for you.
|Tue, Jun 21 2016 1:25 AM||Permanent Link|
Next up is linkedIn I guess
|Wed, Jul 13 2016 8:38 PM||Permanent Link|
OAuth2 is not hard, you can see it with my sample at
It's from my upcoming book on EWB.
|Wed, Jul 13 2016 8:40 PM||Permanent Link|
>> Once the user clicks the "Login with facebook" button,
>OAuth2 is not hard, you can see it with my sample at
>It's from my upcoming book on EWB.
Oh, sorry, for some devices that has to be:
|Thu, Jul 14 2016 5:34 AM||Permanent Link|
> It's from my upcoming book on EWB.
Do tell more!
|Thu, Jul 14 2016 9:58 AM||Permanent Link|
"Matthew Jones" wrote:
>> It's from my upcoming book on EWB.
>Do tell more!
Sure, it has a lot of content for intermediate and advanced users.
And of course, a short introduction for new users with a Delphi background.
A brief topic listing can be found at:
but I will not be finished it until the PHP interface is available for testing.
There are a bunch of EWB examples at:
The source code is in the book, most of them are about a page long, I don't believe in long examples,
I like something short and succinct.
I will announce it in a new topic when it's ready.
|Thu, Jul 14 2016 10:07 AM||Permanent Link|
Looks awesome! Just what I need :D
Can't wait for it to come out, although it looks like we'll need 2.0.5 out the door first :P
|Thu, Jul 14 2016 11:11 AM||Permanent Link|
> A brief topic listing can be found at:
Looks good. You might like to try some PhoneGap (or whatever it is
called today) too - I did it with v1 and the main thing was to have a
loader page that redirects to the SPA page. That would work well with
I look forward to reading it all.
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