1.2.6-androidx (Jan 17, 2021)
Jul 11, 2018
Jan 17, 2021 (Retired)
WindSekirun (wind.seo) (WindSekirun)
WindSekirun (wind.seo) (WindSekirun)
Source code


The license information for logo is located at the bottom of the document.

These instructions are available in their respective languages.


An Android Library that provides social login for 15 platforms within by RxJava2, Kotlin and Firebase Authentication.

This library is an improved version of @WindSekirun 's SocialLogin library. It has the following differences.

  • The result delivery method has been changed to be passed through RxJava instead of the Listener.
  • Compared to the original written in Java, the improved version is written in Kotlin only.
  • Compared to the original supported 6 platforms, the improved version is support 15 platforms.
  • Provide Type-Safe builder with Kotlin DSL
  • All methods and code have been rewritten.
  • All code that are written in Kotlin but considered to be Java compatible.

Supported Platforms

Platform Data Version
Disqus id, name, email, nickname, profilePicture, accessToken 1.0.0
Facebook id, name, email, profilePicture, gender, firstName, accessToken 0.5.0
Foursquare id, name, email, firstName, gender, birthDay, profilePicture, accessToken 1.0.0
Github id, name, email, profilePicture, emailVerified, accessToken 1.0.0
Google id, name, email, profilePicture, emailVerified 0.5.0
Kakao id, name, email, profilePicture, thumbnailImage, ageRange, birthDay, gender, emailVerified 0.5.0
Line id, name, accessToken 0.5.0
LinkedIn id, name, email, profilePicture, firstName, accessToken 1.0.0
Naver id, name, email, nickname, gender, profilePicture, age, birthDay, accessToken 0.5.0
Twitch id, name, email, profilePicture, accessToken 1.0.0
Twitter id, name, nickname, email, profilePicture 0.5.0
VK id, name, email, profilePicture, nickname, firstName, birthDay 1.0.0
Windows id, name, email 1.0.0
Wordpress id, name, email, profilePicture, emailVerified, accessToken 1.0.0
Yahoo id, name 1.0.0

Click on the name of each platform to move to how to apply the platform.


Add the following code to build.gradle in the root folder.

allprojects {
 repositories {
  maven { url 'http://devrepo.kakao.com:8088/nexus/content/groups/public/' }
  maven { url 'https://jitpack.io' }

Add the following dependencies to the build.gradle of the module you want to use.

dependencies {
 implementation 'com.github.WindSekirun:RxSocialLogin:'
 // androidx
        implementation 'com.github.WindSekirun:RxSocialLogin:'
 // RxJava
 implementation 'io.reactivex.rxjava2:rxandroid:lastest-version'
 implementation 'io.reactivex.rxjava2:rxjava:lastest-version'

RxJava is an active library, and you should always keep the latest version for new enhancements to take effect. Therefore, we recommend that you add RxJava to the bottom of the dependency.

  • RxAndroid:
  • RxJava:

Migrate from 1.0.0

1.1.0 has MASSIVE breaking changes you should know about that.

The following are major changes.

  • Migrate to Java Builder to DSL Builder
  • Initialize in RxSocialLogin as once
  • Call onActivityResult as once
  • Migrate receive result with RxSocialLogin.result()

Release Notes are here

Very easy 5-step usage

First, Initialize the module using ConfigDSLBuilder in Application class. ConfigDSLBuilder allows you to configure settings for each platform.

class MainApplication : Application() {

    override fun onCreate() {

        initSocialLogin {
            facebook(getString(R.string.facebook_api_key)) {
                behaviorOnCancel = true
                requireWritePermissions = false
                imageEnum = FacebookConfig.FacebookImageEnum.Large

Inside initSocialLogin block, you can use methods which have platform name such as facebook and google. All parameters except setup will necessary information to use SocialLogin feature.

setup parameter is function that provide generate platform config object(ex, FacebookConfig) and apply additional options such as behaviorOnCancel, imageEnum. It can be optional, but not nullable parameters.

Although ConfigDSLBuilder is Kotlin Type-Safe builders, but it has compatitable with Java language. we provide ConfigFunction with same feature with original setup higher-order function.

You can see full examples of ConfigDSLBuilder both in Kotlin and Java

Next, Call RxSocialLogin.initialize(this) in onCreate methods in Activity class before execute RxSocialLogin.result methods.

override fun onCreate(savedInstanceState: Bundle?) {

From 1.1.0, RxSocialLogin class will manage instance of Login object, so you don't need to care about initialization.

Next, Call RxSocialLogin.activityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data) in onActivityResult methods.

override fun onActivityResult(requestCode: Int, resultCode: Int, data: Intent ? ) {
    super.onActivityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data)
    RxSocialLogin.activityResult(requestCode, resultCode, data)

Next, Call RxSocialLogin.result where you want the results. Outside of Activity will be fine.

    .subscribe({ item -> 

    }, { throwable ->


Final, Call RxSocialLogin.login(PlatformType.FACEBOOK) to start SocialLogin feature.

Instructions for use

Apply to Proguard

Please refer to Proguard rule of sample app.

Constraints - all actions should keep the main thread

Everything should work within the main thread. If library use a network inside the library, it will be handled correctly internally using Fuel, so the Observable returned by RxSocialLogin should keep the main thread. If it is not the main thread, login fails immediately.

In other words, the following cases are not processed and are treated as LoginFailedException immediately.


Due to this constraints, it is not allowed to start social login right after the network processing, such as flatMap. If you need to handle this case, it is better to call RxSocialLogin separately in subscribe after network processing.

Occurred OnErrorNotImplementedException

A common error is OnErrorNotImplementedException, which is not handled for onError at the time of subscribe

Occurred UndeliverableException

Based on 0.5.0 UndeliverableException occurs when Exception is not passed to onError. You can use RxJavaPlugins.setErrorHandler { e -> } to solve the problem, but this will change the overall behavior of RxJavaPlugins.

In 1.0.0 and later, LoginFailedException has been changed to inherit IllegalStateException to prevent this problem. Therefore, it is not intended to occur in later versions.

See Error handling for more details.

Targeting below of API 21

Currently(1.1.0), we support API 16 as minSdkVersion, but com.microsoft.identify.client:msal library support API 21 as minSdkVersion.

According issue #263 of AzureAD/microsoft-authentication-library-for-android, You can override this library to avoid conflicts of minSdkVersion.

Place this statement in AndroidManifest.xml to solve this conflicts. we hope microsoft solve this problem asap.

<uses-sdk tools:overrideLibrary="com.microsoft.identity.msal"/>

Author & Contributor

Issue Tracker receives a variety of issues including bug findings, improvements, and new platform additions. Pull Requests is always welcome.


  • The ReactiveX logo was taken from Seeklogo.
  • The font used for the logo is Hanken Design Co. Hanken round and this font follows SIL OFL. There is a PSD file for the logo in the project.
  • Copyright for the platform logo used in the sample exists in each company. The RxSocialLogin library is not associated with the platform company.
Copyright 2017 - 2018 WindSekirun (DongGil, Seo)

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