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nativescript-linkedin-signin v1.0.2

NativeScript Linkedin Auth plugin

Nativescript LinkedIn Auth

npm version

NativeScript plugin for LinkedIn Auth. Use OAuth2 to sign in with LinkedIn. Use this iOS lib and this Android lib.


Add the plugin

tns plugin add nativescript-linkedin-signin


Add this line into the AndroidManifest.xml

<activity android:name="com.teammobile.linkedinsignin.ui.LinkedinSignInActivity"/>


    import { Component, OnInit } from "@angular/core";
    import { LinkedinSignin } from "nativescript-linkedin-signin";
    import * as Application from "tns-core-modules/application";
    import * as utilsModule from "tns-core-modules/utils/utils";
    import { isAndroid } from "tns-core-modules/platform/platform";

        selector: "Home",
        templateUrl: "./home.component.html"
    export class HomeComponent implements OnInit {

        constructor() {

        ngOnInit(): void {
            // Init your component properties here.
                LinkedinSignin.init("<CLIENT_ID>", "<CLIENT_SECRET>", "<REDIRECT_URI>", new Array<string>(),;
            } else {
                LinkedinSignin.init("<CLIENT_ID>", "<CLIENT_SECRET>", "<REDIRECT_URI>", new Array<string>(), Application.ios.rootController);

        coLinkedin(): void {
            LinkedinSignin.login().then(item => {
                alert("FAIL : "+error.error);


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