I've got installed the SCLogin beta, j! detects there's an update for it, but when applied:
Translated from my language:
Invalid extension update
Before updating make sure the update is comaptible with your your joomla installation. If you update Joomla!, make sure the installed extensions are available for your Joomla! version
This is Native J!3.1 install
Not sure why the updates are failing for a few users, but we are looking into it. The SCLogin module does work with Joomla 3.1 though. We'd recommend you just update manually for now. You can get the files from the link below:
https://www.sourcecoast.com/index.php?o … Itemid=248
I hope that helps, but if you still have issues, just let me know.
Alright. Glad to hear you got that going. Still bug-squashing some minor things with the site-update, and the SCLogin updater is on that list. No clue what's with that specific extension.. but we'll get to the bottom of it.
Thanks for the report, and if you have any feedback or suggestions for the SCLogin module, please let us know. We have a lot of improvements planned for it over the next few months, but our best ideas almost always come from our users.
Finally, if you haven't already, please consider leaving a rating and review for the SCLogin module on the Joomla Extension Directory. It's certainly not required, but very appreciated:
http://extensions.joomla.org/extensions … tion/24054
Thanks, and best of luck,
Same suggestion as always, add limited support for social login
I would suggest to make 2 versions of the module, the current free one, and another paid one with limited social login support, basic account creation and logni for everything (Fb, TW, G+, Lin) and then if you want the extra goodies (ograph, integration with community streams, details import...) pick JFBConnect/LinkedIN Connect
Not all sites do require all JFBC has to offer, and they could go with some more basic module (as they do already, sociallogin, axaj login®ister...) you could have a cheap module that does same, that would make people "used" to using SCLogin
We agree that that's a likely good path for our extensions, it's a matter of getting there. Right now, we're adding even more 'social networking' integration to JFBConnect which will make it more powerful, but of course, more complex. I can easily see 3 tiers of products: SCLogin free, SCLogin (basic social network authentication), JFBConnect++ (all the deeper social network integration features). It's a matter of time and building up the SCLogin module features first and working on JFBConnect to be more 'compartmentalized' with plugins and such.
Without stating we'll definitely do what you're saying, or what I mentioned above, we're slowly starting down that track. Features and roadmaps always change though.. standard disclaimer
Thanks again for the feedback, it's definitely appreciated!