Use of LoginKit for Login/Signup UX to build a mysql-php user registration example.
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iOS: user management in Swift

This repo is associated to an iOS tutorial I am currently sharing. It helps you implement user management in Swift with Alamofire and PHP/MySQL and includes a Facebook registration module.


This repo and the associated tutorial demos the following:

LoginKit takes care of the UI, the forms, the data validation, and Facebook SDK access. All we need to add is the necessary calls to our own backend API to login or signup.

  • Use of Alamofire to consume PHP/MYSQL backend for user registration

A very simple php backend for signup/login to a MySQL database is consumed through the Alamofire HTTP networking library:

override func signup(name: String, email: String, password: String){

        let parameters: Parameters=[
        Alamofire.request("", method: .get, parameters: parameters).responseJSON
                response  in
                if let result = response.result.value
                    let jsonData = result as! NSDictionary
                    let val = jsonData.value(forKey: "value") as! Int64
                        self.didSelectSignup(self.viewController, email:email, name:name, password:password)
                    else if(val==1){
                        let alert = UIAlertController(title: "Registered !", message: "You havee been successfully registered!", preferredStyle: UIAlertControllerStyle.alert)
                        alert.addAction(UIAlertAction(title: "Take me to login", style: UIAlertActionStyle.cancel) {
                            UIAlertAction in
                           // super.didSelectLogin(self.visibleViewController()!, email: "", password: "")
                        self.visibleViewController()!.present(alert, animated: true, completion: nil)

  • Facebook SDK for Swift integration

Easy and clear implementation of Facebook SDK for Swift.

Getting started

Clone this repository and import into Xcode

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