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I'am trying to add Google authorization to my iOS application using Google SignIn component (https://components.xamarin.com/view/googleiossignin). Everything works fine in the sample, but when I add this code to my application, the SignedIn delegate doesn't called. It only happens if I have a specific code that describes a work with threads, without this code it works fine. And after that the Google button stops to work at all, so I need to redeploy my application.
I'll attach the modified sample so you can try it by yourself. Steps to reproduce:
1) put your google keys in GoogleService-Info.plist and in Info.plist
2) remove an app from your iPhone if you have it installed
3) clean project
4) deploy it on your iPhone
5) press SignIn button
6) login via Google
7) see that nothing happens after and Google button doesn't work anymore
I've seen some comments in the component store that may be connected with this issue.
Please, take a look on this issue as soon as you can, maybe there are some other ways how to make it work.
Created attachment 22652 [details]
Modified sample project
@anastasiia I can reproduce the bug.
As a workaround for now, please, use the DidSignIn and DidDisconnect methods of ISignInDelegate interface instead of using the events of SignIn.
I will keep investigating this.
The code could look like this: https://gist.github.com/SotoiGhost/61c3bbf5256616b768d81133cfeb62d9