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FacebookSync

Page history last edited by Chris Messina 13 years, 4 months ago

FacebookSync introduces a really interesting method of logging in to Facebook web services. Notably they've incorporated a webkit view for handling authentication with Facebook and then pass off the credentials to the underlying app, removing the step of visiting an external browser.

 

Step 1

 

Launch app and you're presented with this login window:

 

Facebook Sync

 

Step 2

 

Once you've logged in, you're told to close the login window. This seems unintuitive, but there must be a listener on the window that, when closed, launches the application that relies on you having logged in:

 

Facebooksync post login

 

Step 3

 

If you've logged in successfully, the app begins syncing with your local address book:

 

FacebookSync

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