After I tested it on the real ios-device the facebook dialog appeared
Also on the emulator the dialog appeared.
At least as an ionic beginner I have following questions to you
With simulator you meant the xcode-emulator?
I thought on the DevApp we can run or test all native device component features.
Why does it not work on DevApp? Even my native camera does work on DevApp.
I thought the navtive-facebook component has to be a native plugIn because the plugin needs
to talk to the native facebook app on the device.
How do I recognize, whether a native-plugin runs NOT on DevApp, and only on Emulator/Device?
How did you know it? Self-experience?
Because it’s nowhere mentioned, that the facebook-plugin does not run on DevApp
I would like to avoid this trap in future with other native-plugins
@Catweazle101 cool to hear it worked out! sorry for not having thought about asking you how you tested it in the first place, we would have spare time
With xcode-simulator I mean opening your platform with Xcode and running the app in a simulated device respectively not on a real device. But I don’t think it’s like a thing to call that like this, just my bad english
Actually I didn’t know that the camera work in DevApp, I don’t use it that much I have to say, I probably should.
According the doc:
The Ionic DevApp supports the same set of common native plugins as Ionic View. Please check this list to see which plugins are supported out of the box. If an Ionic Native plugin you need isn’t functioning correctly or isn’t available, let us know! https://ionicframework.com/docs/pro/view.html#plugin-support
=> Facebook plugin isn’t in the list
Hope that answered your questions and have fun building your login with the Facebook plugin
P.S.: If you have time, could you update the linked post and linked GitHub issue about the solution/reason of the problem? Some other people might face the same issue