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I finally made it for google sign in function. I did it by creating a small app and following the instruction of Google.

This forum has really losen its charm. I miss 10 years ago when we had many nice contributors who were always ready to answer questions and share knowledge. Now the developer part has ben inactive since 2019.


November 24, 2021 1:56 pm

I finally can make it working. If it doesn't work at your local machine, you should check your android version. In the beginning I used android 10, it doesn't react, then after that I tried my old phone which is having android 8, and then ... everything start running smoothly. This is very good tools and helpful.

Phpfox may want to check why it can not run on an android version 10. For now I am satisfied because I can start working on my app integration, but surely I will need it run on the latest android version.

March 13, 2021 4:55 am

They may have...they just don't post it here I guess.  I got your email to test it out but I don't have a apple phone.  I really don't have a phone to test since my kids have galaxy s9 and my motherinlaw has a galaxy s10 and I have a

Galaxy S5

so sad.... :)

haven't found a reason to upgrade yet ;)

John, thanks for responding. You will be able to help me with testing once I have the first build of the Android version of the CSNet app. I am not sure how soon that will be. Maybe this week? Once I do have the first Android build, I will send out another email invitation to all of our Christian Social Network members. The Galaxy does run the Android OS, right?

March 8, 2021 5:49 am



The first issue I've run into is that my Apple developer account is individual. That means that I can't invite phpfox to my account to use the developer tools. You need a company account to do that. Phpfox doesn't say that on the purchase screen. Maybe it's buried in their how-to documents. So the only way I could have them use my developer acct is to give them my Apple ID information which will NOT happen. 

Koern, the phpFox team makes it very clear in their online instructions -- see the URL below -- that you MUST give them your Apple login credentials in order for them to build the iOS version of your customized app. Yes, I too find that disconcerting, but there is no other way around it if you want them to build customized iOS and Android apps for your site.

For the record, I bit the bullet and I am currently going through the build process right now. In fact, I already submitted all of my assets to phpFox, and we are currently testing the first build of my iOS app for my website at https://www.csnet.live.

Once my iOS app is submitted to and approved for the App Store, I will then be changing my Apple ID password for the sake of security. If phpFox needs to make a new build, then I will give them my changed password at that time.

You may not find the above acceptable -- I can't say that I blame you -- but that's just the way it is. You can learn more about all of this here:


March 6, 2021 9:34 am