In order to import your YouTube videos in Shoutem app, you will need your Youtube API key. Here is how to obtain it: Create a project in Google dev console Log in to YouTube/Google with the credentials you use for your Youtube videos. Go to Google dev console Click select a project In the modal
In order to allow your users to sign in to your application with their Facebook accounts, you will need to set up your Facebook integration first. The first step of this configuration is creating a Facebook app, which you should do before publishing your mobile app via our platform. Setting it up. First of all,
This tutorial will go through individual colors as seen in the Customize theme section of the Builder. For example’s sake, each color will be set to a notable blue color, as to be easily noticeable in the screenshots. Basic colors Featured color – main color of the app Used throughout the app for large patches.
Next step is entering app’s data from the app builder inside the Facebook app that we just created on the Facebook Developers website. App’s data is stored in the builder Settings -> App info -> Advanced information section. Setting up integration platforms We will need to set up several fields separately for Android platform and iOS platform
Recently Apple introduced new security announcement. They now require that app users need to have the option to Sign in with Apple, whenever another third-party sign-on system is offered (e.g. Sign in with Facebook). As Shoutem is always striving to be up-to-date with all the changes on the market, you can now set this up
Screenshots in the Apple App and the Google Play Store are visually communicating with the app users, so it is important to provide nice images of your app in the best quality. These screenshots need to showcase your app, highlight the features it brings, and functionalities. For that reason, we have provided you an option
As you probably know, you can extend your Shoutem app by writing an extension. Extensions are, like plugins in WordPress, custom-written software modules that can be installed in your app to extend its functionality. All Shoutem features are extensions All Shoutem features are basically developed as extensions. If you have News or Photos or Analytics
What are the lists exactly? In your Shoutem app, content in extensions is saved as a list, eg. list of places items, list of events items, list of news items. Each item on the list holds detailed information and can be expanded with a single tap. Places item will have address details of the location,