I thought I would share with you all a tutorial I just posted on creating a Facebook app using the Facebook Graph API and their PHP SDK. It's a very easy to follow tutorial and by the end you'll have your own app reading and writing posts to your wall as well and displaying photos from your ablums and posting photos to an album. Enjoy: [URL="http://www.joeyrivera.com/2010/facebook-graph-api-app-easy-w-php-sdk/"]http://www.joeyrivera.com/2010/facebook-graph-api-app-easy-w-php-sdk/[/URL]

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Hi please if anyone can tell me what information to fill up in following fields and where i can get them, or any simple way to integrate facebook to my site [CODE]<?php /* * FACEBOOK CONNECT LIBRARY FUNCTIONS/CLASSES */ /* * FILE INCLUDE PATHS * MAKE SURE THESE PATHS ALL END WITH A FORWARD SLASH */ define(CONNECT_APPLICATION_PATH, "put your application path here"); define(CONNECT_JAVASCRIPT_PATH, "put the url of where the connect application folder resides"); define(CONNECT_CSS_PATH, "put the url of where the connect application css folder resides"); define(CONNECT_IMG_PATH, "put the url of where the connect application img folder resides"); include_once CONNECT_APPLICATION_PATH . …

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Hi, i am working on a facebook page with custom fbml page. Here is the link: SNIP I want to make a jquery slideshow in the page. Is it possible to use jquery there. I write a script which work on other website but not working there. I am importing the jquery and the script by <script> tag. Any suggestion?

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I am having a problem sending my form to MySQL on my application page (when you click GameTime! it should send the data to a MySQL table.)- [url]http://www.facebook.com/apps/applicatio[/url] … 6347603790 It sends the form data here: [url]http://bit.ly/91oi88[/url] however, it just won't seem to work in facebook. Obviously there is something wrong with my FBML/FBJS. I've posted some code below: [CODE] <!--THIS IS WHERE I STARTED THE USER'S PICKS--> <FORM METHOD="POST" ACTION="index.php" NAME="submitChoice"> <INPUT TYPE="HIDDEN" ID="image0" NAME="image0" VALUE="none"> <INPUT TYPE="HIDDEN" ID="image1" NAME="image1" VALUE="none"> <INPUT TYPE="HIDDEN" ID="image2" NAME="image2" VALUE="none"> <INPUT TYPE="HIDDEN" ID="image3" NAME="image3" VALUE="none"> <INPUT TYPE="HIDDEN" ID="image4" NAME="image4" VALUE="none"> </FORM> <!--END THE …

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Hello everyone! To get incoming message in fb-chat, browsers send request in certain interval (i think 55.31s). But if there is message it fetches message and terminates before starting new. Can anyone explain how it is done Regards

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Hello, i am new in facebook development so this might be a basic question.i have implemented like button to site.the site is dynamically generated from data in database. for each new data added new page is generated of the form(index.php?id=12).like button is added to every new page.i wanted if someone clicked on the button it should appear in newsfeed. but problem is it does not appear. it appears only when site admin whose facebook appkey is added in opengraph meta tag in head once open this newly generated page. When he opens it all newsfeeds which were not previously appearing …

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I want to Event Syncing on user's fan pages on their behalfs. For this first i confirmed that user has the admin rights for given page. I google but I can't figure out that how i checked that user has the admin rights for given page. Any one has idea??

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I want to put a "F" button on my site of quotations. On clicking on it it would have to update his/her status. where status would be that quotation.. Can any one help..??

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hi all, i am working on a project , it needs facebook facepile plugin intigration , how can i add this plugin . i tried but failed to get result. if any one have idea please help me.

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Even creating a fan page is not always so easy. So I wonder if any of the members ever deleted a facebook fan page? Do you regret it?

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since FB.Connect works only in javascript how do i send the user id from the javascript to JSP for it to be stored in the database. for example how do i use FB.Connect.get_loggedInUser(); to send the id to jsp.?

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Almost all the businesses I know what to create a Facebook page but I do wonder, what happens next? Does the business actually measure the results of having the Facebook Page, both on Facebook and ROI seen through additional business transactions or sales? Did the business use a third party app to measure results or was Facebook Insights enough?

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Following the lead of John F. Kennedy's Peace Corps, President Barack Obama had mentioned in his campaign platform a "Craigslist for Service" (which met with the [URL="http://www.huffingtonpost.com/craig-newmark/a-craigslist-for-service_b_150924.html"]full approval[/URL] of Craigslist founder Craig Newmark). It has now come to fruition with what Obama is calling "[URL="http://serve.gov/"]the summer of service[/URL]." "This summer, President Obama is calling on all of us – young and old, from every background, all across this country – to participate in our nation’s recovery and renewal by serving in our communities. From June 22 to September 11, United We Serve will begin to engage Americans from coast to …

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Yet another report suggests that marriages are splitting up and people are blaming the Internet or Cyberspace for their real-life troubles. There's an account on British newspaper the Guardian's website [URL="http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2009/may/27/divorce-cyber-affairs"]here[/URL], at the end of which there is a reasonably comprehensive listing of actual incidents reported in the press of this stuff happening. Personally I'd love to see it go away. No, I don't mean marital split-up; of course I'd love to see that go away too, but it's not a realistic aim. No, I'd like to see an end to people drawing this illusory line between 'Cyberspace' and 'real …

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Facebook, home of the [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry4346.html"]104 year old Frisbee Queen[/URL], would appear to have taken a disliking to large parts of Wales. You know, that rather lovely country which borders England and forms part of the United Kingdom. Wales even has a devolved Government in the Welsh Assembly, something the Welsh fought long and hard to get. No wonder, then, people are more than a little bit annoyed at discovering that Facebook now informs the world they live in England. It seems that people who live in places such as Cardiff and Swansea, very definitely in Wales, now find Facebook giving …

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A belated word about last week's [URL="http://www.facebook.com"]Facebook[/URL] fiasco, if I may. You might remember the company aroused all sorts of excitement when it changed its terms and conditions to allow itself rights in perpetuity to images on its servers. The BBC had a [URL="http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/7897824.stm"]social media expert[/URL] in to explain how the company was getting a little above itself. I should declare an interest, albeit an indirect one; I've just been asked to write a book on social media. I know a little about what I'm talking about. So, of course, does this guy. He doesn't mention, though, the obvious reason …

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Unless you were unplugged and on living on a Himalayan mountaintop last week, you no doubt heard about the Great Facebook Flap of 2009. If not, then be sure to read [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/blogs/entry4008.html"]Ron Miller's excellent recap[/URL] at TechTreasures. ComputerWorld's Frank Hayes posted a great article this morning that takes a look at how the [URL="http://www.computerworld.com/action/article.do?command=viewArticleBasic&articleId=334476"]"Facebook fiasco shows how much is out of IT's hands[/URL]." Hayes says last week's issues with Facebook speak to a increasing problem facing IT departments these days -- there's no longer a simple linear relationship between computers users and IT professionals. Now there business partners, vendors, suppliers, …

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I think I'm going to start compiling a list of these. Last week we had complaints from people not wanting Apple or Facebook to do stuff they didn't like to their websites - excluding content and the like. Now we have [URL="http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/7609555.stm"]this story[/URL] about Facebook's redesign going ahead regardless of some vocal criticism. OK, there's such a thing as market forces and if enough people think it sucks they'll leave and the whole shebang will go down. (Yes, that's an Englishman attempting to talk American). In the meantime, though, public though it might look, it's someone else's playground and if …

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And that word is: S-U-N-K. Although not entirely without trace it must be said. Yeah, yeah. I know that you guys in North America had already lost Scrabulous after Hasbro had taken legal action to take down the popular Facebook application there. Now Mattel, which has the rights to Scrabble outside of North America, has achieved the same result for the rest of the world. It seems that Facebook has decided to jump overboard and abandon the Facebook application ship before a court in India could push them. Which is more than a little odd, as usually you might expect …

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[I]Even on a slow day, I can have a three-way chat with two women at the same time -- Brad Paisley, [URL="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GcVnhNjWV0"]Cooler Online[/URL][/I] But what if you work for the government? Particularly if you're a teacher? A number of [URL="http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/local/southflorida/sfl-flpfacebook0601pnjun01,0,7309360.story?page=1&track=facebook"]teachers in Palm Beach County[/URL], Fla. -- some of them 20somethings but at least one of them a 54-year-old -- discovered that their FaceBook pages weren't as private as they'd thought, with the newspaper doing a search on teachers' pages to reveal their interests went beyond Romeo & Juliet and algebra to drinking and sex. Now comes the real question: So? …

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Today marks the one-year anniversary of Facebook Platform, which has had a rough childhood and now bears the pimples of adolescence. On the eve of the platform’s birthday, the company gave developers a [URL= http://www.new.facebook.com/profile.php]sandbox [/URL]in which to apply the Clearasil of its redesigned profile. Before entering the sandbox, be sure to visit the [URL= http://wiki.developers.facebook.com/index.php/Sandbox_Status]Sandbox Status page[/URL] for news and other known issues. At the moment, the sandbox is for developers’ eyes only. “We believe that the new design makes profiles cleaner and simpler, gives users more control over their profiles, and emphasizes recent and relevant information,” wrote Facebook’s …

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The End.