Implement the first View and ViewModel to login to the app with Facebook.
- [Instructor] The first user flow in our app…is for the user to sign in to the app…using the Facebook provider.…In this video, we are going to implement…both the login view model as well as the login view.…When we're done, our app should have a single button…that allows the user to sign in with Facebook.…Let's start by opening the project that you downloaded…from the Azure portal.…Find the workspace where you downloaded the projects,…and open the folder with _Windows_CS.…Open the solution contained within.…One of the first things you may notice…is that it prompts you to install a missing SDK.…
Click on skip and I'll show you a little trick.…In the solution explorer, right-click on the project…and select Edit todotogether.csproj.…Change the target platform version to 14393.…To check which SDKs you have installed on your machine,…you can navigate to C, Program Files, Windows Kits,…10, Platforms, UAP and look at the folders contained within.…I could theoretically set it to either one of these,…but I always like to target the latest SDK.…
- Working with .NET for UWP app development
- Establishing application architecture
- Configuring Azure services
- Configuring the mobile app service backend
- Testing and publishing the service backend
- Using Facebook authentication
- Using XAML
- Client server abstraction API
- Using the UWP community toolkit
- Styling app views
- Creating adaptive views
- Testing an app for multiple user accounts
- Publishing to the Windows Store
- Sideloading app packages
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Before We Get Started
2. Build the Backend
3. Build the UWP App
4. Polish and Publish the App
Sideloading App packages2m 57s
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