Fri, 11/08/2019 – 20:20
From gated content to event enrollments, social logins and easy registration are the go-to for many sites now. The website captures data and permissions from your social accounts and gives you access to the content. There are modules primarily dedicated to integrate social accounts and run the process.
Drupal offers many modules for seamless integration of social logins for your website.
Let’s skim through the list and their features!
Check out this list of modules for social login in Drupal 8 and choose the one that suits you best:
OneAll Social Login
Offering 35+ social networks to login from, the OneAll Social Login is a significant module that can benefit you. It is fully compliant with European (GDPR) and U.S. data protection laws. The module monitors changes constantly and automatically updates APIs for a smooth run of the logins. The simplified process helps increase the registration rate, too.
A commonly used module, Social Auth is part of the Social API. It possesses its own content entity and stores all data in the database. With this Drupal 8 module, visitors can register on the website via 30 social networks including Slack, Reddit, Uber, and more.
Auth0 Single Sign On
It provides a login form powered by Auth0. With implementing authentification for platforms like GitHub and Twitter, Auth0 Single Sign On is another top module in the list.
Social Auth Google
Primarily for Google account, the Social Auth Google module can help you register and log in with any social site. It performs the authentication on your behalf and gives seamless access.
Hybrid Auth Social Login
With the aid of the HybridAuth library, this module integrates Drupal and allows the login and registrations for the visitors on sites like Facebook, Twitter, Windows Live, Instagram, AOL, and much more. The HybridAuth Social Login doesn’t depend on external services or load any external CSS or JS files for the authentification process.
However, it relies on a third-party open source PHP library, HybridAuth, developed and supported on GitHub.
uLogin (advanced version)
A selective range of forms is available in this module for the social logins to be integrated with your Drupal site. Written in compliance with Drupal coding standards, uLogin has several widgets with default settings that are configurable through UI. The module gives you options to remove username and password fields from the user profile edit form.
Varbase Social Single Sign-On
Varbase module is built using Social API and adds single sign-on using your social networking services. It is supported by the Drupal 8 version and even if installed with the Minimal or Standard profile.
Social Auth Facebook
It is a direct module for Facebook and allows users to register/login to the Drupal site via a Facebook account. The scope of the website’s request is wider and based on the authentication with Facebook services. The module also compares the user id or email address facilitated by Facebook. It automatically accepts the login if it is a returning user to the site.
Social Auth Twitter
Similar to the above two, this is also exclusive to Twitter. It allows the user to register and login to your Drupal site and is based on Social Auth and Social API.
The Social Auth Twitter module lets you compare the user id or email address once Twitter brings you back to the site.
Social Auth LinkedIn
This module allows websites to request any scopes and users to register/login to your Drupal site with the LinkedIn account. The Social Auth LinkedIn module lets you compare the user id or email address once LinkedIn brings you back to the site. The ‘LinkedIn’ button lets you initiate the login in the social auth block.
These modules will definitely support the login process of your website and placidly run the integration. With each module having its own significance one can only decide for themselves which suits them the best.
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