4 examples of 'react-native-fbsdk-next' in JavaScript

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50static fbTracking(env) {
51 /*
52 // https://www.facebook.com/ads/manager/pixel/facebook_pixel/?act=1375631352670761&pid=p1
53 if (window.fbq) {
54 return false;
55 }
56 window.fbq = function () {
57 window.fbq.callMethod ?
58 window.fbq.callMethod.apply(window.fbq, arguments) : window.fbq.queue.push(arguments);
59 };
60
61 if (!window._fbq) {
62 window._fbq = window.fbq;
63 }
64 window.fbq.push = window.fbq;
65 window.fbq.loaded = !0;
66 window.fbq.version = '2.0';
67 window.fbq.queue = [];
68
69
70 window.fbq('init', '');
71 window.fbq('track', 'PageView');
72
73 return scriptJS('https://connect.facebook.net/en_US/fbevents.js');
74 */
75}
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21componentDidMount() {
22 this.checkFacebookSDK();
23}
2946isAndroid: function isAndroid() {
2947 return navigator && /android/i.test(navigator.userAgent);
2948 },
3function offlineReactNative(AsyncStorage, isConnected) {
4 const saveEvents = events =>
5 AsyncStorage.getItem(STORE_KEY)
6 .then(JSON.parse)
7 .then((oldEvents) => {
8 if (oldEvents) {
9 return oldEvents.concat(events);
10 }
11 return events;
12 })
13 .then(JSON.stringify)
14 .then(AsyncStorage.setItem.bind(null, STORE_KEY))
15 .then(() => events);
16
17 const purgeEvents = () =>
18 AsyncStorage.getItem(STORE_KEY, () => AsyncStorage.removeItem(STORE_KEY))
19 .then(JSON.parse);
20 return {
21 isConnected,
22 saveEvents,
23 purgeEvents,
24 };
25}

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