Oneall provides ready to use plugins and one API for customers to integrate popular social media, such as Facebook, Twitter, and Google, into their sites. Other features include social marketing, invitations, customer referrals, and reporting tools for analyzing effectiveness.
The Oneall API allows developers to integrate Oneall's functionality and access to 20 social media sites into other sites and applications. Some example API methods beyond integration include retrieving user information, listing connections, and managing URLs.
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With the Oneall Android SDK by Oneall, users can login with social networks to share messages with friends, allowing to integrate into Facebook and Twitter. In the development API site, developers can learn how to implement websites and mobile devices. More at http://docs.oneall.com/services/implementation-guide/
The Oneall iOS SDK by Oneall wraps the REST API, providing authentication and posting in users' walls. It contains set up of the XCode project, link to the library, and set up of source files as installation guides. It also offers login with provider selector, network activity indicator, set up of Twitter Auth, and set up of Facebook Auth as usage references. Created by Uri Kogan.
This OneALl SDK contains .NET sample code that demonstrates implementation and customization of social login for the user's website. This SDK provides simultaneous OneAll REST API connections and customizable source code is provided, as well as CHM documentation, ASP.Net Web Pages extension methods, and .NET MVC Razor Engine extensions.