Many mobile apps allow the user to post content to popular social media platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. This kind of social sharing can be a great way to promote your app, and can improve the user experience by creating a connection between your application and the user’s favorite social media networks. To promote social sharing, many of the major social platforms have created tools that specifically target app developers – and Facebook is no exception! In this article, I’ll show you how to add Facebook integration to your Android applications, using the Facebook for Android SDK (Software Development Kit). Once you’re connected to the official Facebook SDK, you’ll have access to a wide range of features, but in this article we’ll be focusing on two of the most popular: authenticating with Facebook, and social sharing. By the end of this article, you’ll have created an application that allows users to authenticate their identify using their Facebook credentials, and then share your app’s content, by posting it to Facebook. What is the Facebook for Android SDK? Every social media platform wants to drive user engagement, and enabling users to share content from a range of sources is a… Read full this story
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