Category: Android

Continuing with our posts, on our WordPress/Drupal to mobile app conversion software, here is a more technical post explaining how we integrated the Facebook SDK into our wrapper technology tallow native single sign on from your app homescreen.

The steps are as follows.
1. Download SDK
2. Create Facebook App
3. App Settings
4. Add SDK
5. Configure Xcode
6. Connect Application Delegate
7. Add App Events

1) Download the SDK and unzip the archive to ~/Documents/FacebookSDK.

2) If your app is not yet registered with Facebook and has an app ID, you should create it. You can share an app ID across platforms from this link :- https://developers.facebook.com/?advanced_app_create=true

3) 1. Select Settings in App Dashboard.

  1. Click Add Platform and choose iOS.
    2. Then provide your Bundle Identifier in the Bundle ID field.
    3. Enable Single Sign On.
    4. Click Save Changes


4) To add the SDK in Xcode:

  1. Open ~/Documents/FacebookSDK
    2. Drag the FBSDKCoreKit.framework to Frameworks in Project Navigator. Create a new group Frameworks if it does not exist.
    3. Choose Create groups for any added folders.
    4. Deselect Copy items into destination group’s folder. This references the SDK where you installed it rather than copying the SDK into your app.

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The future of the web is inarguably mobile. Mobile use is clearly increasing as people spend more time on their phones, and the rate that people are using dedicated mobile apps rather than their mobile browser is also increasing. But with web services, mobile apps can integrate popular web-based content management systems and in the process save hundreds of development hours while providing enhanced user experience for both the end user and web editors. This also creates tremendous, largely untapped business opportunity for agencies.

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The services module comes built into core (standard issue), with Drupal 8, the next generation of Drupal. This shows incredible insight in the Drupal community as we had toward a RESTful web connected through APIs. There are a variety of methods to convert a Drupal or WordPress app to a native app that can be purchased on the iOS and Android app stores. The most complex of which, but which also result in the most native feel would be as follows.

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Too many websites claim to be able to turn your website into a mobile app but not one of them deliver results as expected, the simple truth is you can’t automate the process, it will always leave something to be desired. Our software couple with custom implementation can turn your Drupal or WordPress website into a mobile feeling app. With native login functionality the user does not need to repeatedly login to the app giving the illusion of a 100% native mobile app from a website that lies behind a login.   After logging in once the user simply clicks the homescreen icon and will be taken to the authenticated/logged in website area. All viewed from within a native iOS or Android wrapper. Custom offline messages and native navigation can all be implemented out of the box with our software. The overall time to implement the basic service for your app is $3000, the source code is yours forever with no annual fees, and you publish directly from your developer account. This services service will get you better results than an automated do-it-yourself platform,and also authentication and login which platforms like Appresser can’t do. To convert a a website/webapp the one click homescreen icon app experience.  The API currently exists for Drupal 6 or Drupal 7 sites. App software is written in both native iOS (Objective C) and Android (Java) code.

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