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Implementing Social Media Login using Facebook API
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Implementing Social Media Login using Facebook API

Have you ever tried login using Facebook? Learn how to implement a social media login in a website ...

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Description

Social Login is a single sign-on for end users. Using existing login information from a social network provider like Facebook, Twitter, or Google, the user can sign into a third-party website instead of creating a new account specifically for that website.

If your website is one that requires a user to verify their identity to gain access to certain elements (such as a social media network or online retail site) it’s important that users are able to complete the process quickly and easily.

Otherwise, you risk users becoming frustrated and abandoning their accounts or transactions for a simpler alternative.


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What is web authentication?

When a user creates a new account on a website, they create a unique ID and key that will be used in the future to verify their identity and allow them back into the

account.


Introduction to HTML, DOM

HTML is the standard markup language for creating Web pages. It stands for HyperText Markup Language. 

HTML consists of a series of elements that tell the browser how to display content to the user.


The Facebook API

Facebook API is a bundle of solutions used as a primary way to get data in and out of the platform. It enables developers and app users to access the functionality of this network: user information, photos and videos, messages, and more.


Hosting and Testing at Heroku

Heroku is a cloud platform that lets companies build, deliver, monitor, and scale apps — we're the fastest way to go from idea to URL, bypassing all those infrastructure headaches.


Chapter 1

Introduction

1.1 Social Media Login and how it is important
1.2 Why do we need it?
1.3 Facebook API
Chapter 2

What is web authentication?

Chapter 3

Introduction to HTML,DOM

Chapter 4

Application Programming Interface

Chapter 5

Web Hosting Heroku

Chapter 6

Coding Demonstration

NoteBook
Chapter 1

Introduction

1.1 Social Media Login and how it is important
1.2 Why do we need it?
1.3 Facebook API
Chapter 2

What is web authentication?

Chapter 3

Introduction to HTML,DOM

Chapter 4

Application Programming Interface

Chapter 5

Web Hosting Heroku

Chapter 6

Coding Demonstration

Notebook

1. Introduction

Chapter 1 Introduction

1.1 Social Media Login and how it is important

The average number of social media accounts is 8.4 per person in 2020. The growth in the number of accounts per person is up 75% from 4.8 accounts per person in 2014 to 8.4 in 2020.

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Implementing Social Media Login using Facebook API


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Frequently Asked Questions

Will there be a code explanation in the session?

There will be a code explanation in the session that will clearly elaborate on how to implement Social Media Login in a website.

Will I be able to host my project on Heroku?

The session includes a demo on how to host a simple web app on Heroku.