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nativescript-apple-sign-in

1.0.0 • Public • Published

Sign In with Apple, for NativeScript

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Requirements

  • Go to the Apple developer website and create a new app identifier with the "Sign In with Apple" Capability enabled. Make sure you sign your app with a provisioning profile using that app identifier.
  • Open your app's App_Resources/iOS folder and add this (or append) to a file named app.entitlements.

Installation

tns plugin add nativescript-apple-sign-in

Demo app

If you're stuck or want a quick demo of how this works, check out the demo app:

git clone https://github.com/EddyVerbruggen/nativescript-apple-sign-in
cd nativescript-apple-sign-in/src
npm run demo.ios

API

isSignInWithAppleSupported

Sign In with Apple was added in iOS 13, so make sure to call this function before showing a "Sign In with Apple" button in your app. On iOS < 13 and Android this will return false.

import { isSignInWithAppleSupported } from "nativescript-apple-sign-in";
 
const supported: boolean = isSignInWithAppleSupported();

signInWithApple

Not that you know "Sign In with Apple" is supported on this device, you can have the user sign themself in (after they pressed a nice button for instance).

import { signInWithApple } from "nativescript-apple-sign-in";
 
signInWithApple(
    {
        // note that 'scopes' don't currently work - it'll probably be fixed in an upcoming iOS 13 beta
        // but this is what you'll be doing in the future if you really need those details
        scopes: ["EMAIL", "FULLNAME"]
    })
    .then(credential => {
        console.log("Signed in, user: " + credential.user);
        // you can remembed the user to check the sign in state later (see 'getSignInWithAppleState' below)
        this.user = credential.user;
    })
    .catch(err => console.log("Error signing in: " + err));

getSignInWithAppleState

If you want to know the current Sign In status of your user, you can pass the user (id) you acquired previously.

import { getSignInWithAppleState } from "nativescript-apple-sign-in";
 
const user: string = "the id you got back from the signInWithApple function";
 
getSignInWithAppleState(user)
    .then(state => console.log("Sign in state: " + state))
    .catch(err => console.log("Error getting sign in state: " + err));

Future work

At the moment, "Sign In with Apple" seems to ignore any scopes you pass in, so at the moment you can't get the email or name of your user.

This will probably change in an upcoming beta so it can be exposed by this plugin.

install

npm i nativescript-apple-sign-in

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