Posts tagged "Facebook"

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React + Facebook - How to use the Facebook SDK in a React App

This is a quick post to go through the steps to load, initialize and use the Facebook JS SDK in a React application.
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React - Facebook Login Tutorial & Example

How to implement Facebook Login in React with an example app that allows you to login with Facebook and view/update/delete accounts registered in the React app.
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Vue 3 - Facebook Login Tutorial & Example

How to implement Facebook Login in Vue 3 with an example app that allows you to login with Facebook and view/update/delete accounts registered in the Vue app.
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Vue.js + Facebook - How to use the Facebook SDK in a Vue App

This is a quick post to go through the steps to load, initialize and use the Facebook JS SDK in a Vue application.
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Vue.js - Facebook Login Tutorial & Example

In this tutorial we'll cover how to implement Facebook Login in Vue.js with an example app that allows you to login with Facebook and view/update/delete accounts registered in the Vue app.
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Angular + Facebook - How to use the Facebook SDK in an Angular App

This is a quick post to go through the steps to load, initialize and use the Facebook JS SDK in an Angular application.
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Angular 10 - Facebook Login Tutorial & Example

In this tutorial we'll cover how to implement Facebook Login in Angular 10 with an example app that allows you to login with Facebook and view/update/delete accounts registered in the Angular app.
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Angular 2+ Social Sharing Buttons for Facebook, Google Plus, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest

Social sharing buttons for Angular 2+ available on npm. Buttons include Facebook Like, Google Plus, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest.
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AngularJS directives for social sharing buttons - Facebook Like, Google+, Twitter and Pinterest

A few simple directives for the social sharing buttons: Facebook Like, Google Plus, Twitter Tweet and Pinterest Pin It. The buttons automatically update to the current URL as you navigate through your AngularJS app.