A guide on using react-native-fbsdk-next library to integrate Facebook authentication in your Expo project.
react-native-fbsdk-next library provides a wrapper around Facebook's Android and iOS SDKs. It allows integrating Facebook authentication into your Expo project and provide access to native components.
This guide provides additional information on configuring the library with Expo for Android.
react-native-fbsdk-next library can't be used in the Expo Go app because it requires custom native code. Learn more about adding custom native code to your app.
react-native-fbsdk-next documentation for instructions on how to install and configure the library:
Adding Android as a platform in your Facebook project requires you to have your app approved by Google Play Store so that it has a valid Play Store URL, and the
package name associated with your app. Otherwise, you'll run into the following error:
See the following guides for more information on how to build your project for app stores:
Once you have uploaded the app to the Play Store you can submit your app review. When it is approved the Facebook project will be able to access it at a Play Store URL.
After that, go to your Facebook project's Settings > Basic and add the Android platform. You'll need to provide the Key hash, Package name and Class name.
MainActivityby default and you can use
android.packagein your project's app config. For example,
packagename of your app.
Now, you can use your Facebook project for development or release builds and production apps.