According to a survey, almost 86 percent of web users find it bothersome to create new accounts on select websites.
Developers are you even listening!!!
Getting a mobile application up and running isn’t always about the code, design, and APIs.
It is about the experience that you choose to offer to the users, in terms of app usage, logins, access, email verification, and more.
Any or every application you choose to create would require the user to sign-up and sign in, depending on the stage of accessibility.
The best mobile app is the one that offers an exceptional user experience. But, users find it cringe-worthy to feed in personal details and create individual accounts, each time they use a new application.
New accounts take time, impact experience negatively, and lead to uninstallations.
Instead of featuring self-curated submission forms, most mobile applications are better off implementing social logins, especially to speed up account verification, minimize login downtime, and make the application itself more productive.
Regardless of how you are associated with the application, social login ensures seamless accessibility. However, the choice of authorization and authentication platform or protocol is yours as a developer.
As a developer, you must know how social login, as an app-centric feature works
But before you move ahead, here are the aspects to understand:
Developers who prefer creating the app from scratch still need to rely on select authentication protocols like OpenID and OAuth 2.0.
Here is how login protocols can come in handy:
But, what about actual implementation!
DhiWise, as a modern-day, ProCode app development platform, allows developers to set their own authentication standards, courtesy of the relevant Auth Model, query parameters, and the retry limits, and more.
At DhiWise, adding social logins or support for social authentication is also possible, courtesy of the integrated authorization server in play. Here is how DhiWise lets the developers get access to social authentication for their applications:
But then DhiWise goes a step ahead and lets you configure the base authentication model by giving access to:
You can now see how DhiWise makes it easier for the developer in you to implement social logins with the selected application.
And, without a massive learning curve…