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The project contain an login screen which was developed as test project, and then little bit modified and improved. The Login screen contain few UITextField for input login and password, three button for sign in via facebook/twitter/google plus (further in the text as the 'social btns'). If user tapped any text field, social btns will be hidden. Instead social btns will be showed button 'SIGN IN', for apply inputted data. All changes are animated. If tapped any social btns - will be hidden text fields, and instead showed brief info about selected account (avatar and user name). All changes are also animated. In this project represented only animation, little bit customizing UITextField appearance, and handling user interactions.
This library allows your apps to use Twitter and Facebook with minimal understanding of the relevant SDK. It is super easy to use and elegantly designed. It will save you time. Many other libraries are overly complicated and offer functionality that you do not need in your app. The included Example Project demonstrates most of the features offered. EasySocial does only these things: Twitter + Send Plain Tweets + Send Tweets with images (via a URL or UIImage/NSData) + Get Data from user's timeline Facebook + Full Facebook Connect (Log In/Log Out and Auto-Log In) + Fetch User Information (id, name etc...) + Share and Publish messages in user's timeline
DSFacebookImagePicker is an image picker replacement that selects photos from the user's Facebook account instead of their local photo library. It was designed to be used as similar as possible to the standard image picker. It was developed in Swift and it should be compatible iOS 7 and above.
Custom iOS-style dialog boxes for posting to Facebook and Twitter designed to run on iOS 4.3 and above. The SDK can be configured to capture any of four different media types, including: (1) text only; (2) text and an image array; (3) text an a url array; and (4) text, an image array and a URL array. The software is designed to be used on ARC-enabled projects, requires linking with the QuartzCore framework and is supported on iOS7. The SDK does not actually forward information to Facebook or Twitter. For this, you must use the Social SDK of your choice. Rather, it simply provides controls you can use to capture data from your users.