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How to develop facebook applications

How to develop facebook applications

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  • 1. facebook 3 rd part API
  • 2. Overview
    • Facebook Introduction
    • Facebook API capabilities
    • Facebook application types
    • Facebook language support
    • Facebook & Microsoft
  • 3. Facebook Introduction
    • Facebook - social service enabling people to share and connect
    • Facebook allows you to search for your friends co-workers and anyone you know.
    • Facebook is an easy to use and manage, web 2.0 application.
    • Facebook allows any user to build it’s own applications using the benefits of their social grid.
    • More than that, Facebook architecture causes a mass distribution of your applications.
  • 4. Facebook API Capabilities
    • facebook API allows you to access any relevant information the user exposes to your application.
    • facebook gives you access to profiles, friends, photos, groups, and much more.
    • FQL - Facebook Query Language
    • facebook API allows you to perform queries on their DB by writing queries. FQL queries syntax is similar to SQL queries.
    • FBML - Facebook Markup Language - similar to HTML syntax. Provides easily integration with facebook platform.
  • 5. Facebook Application types
    • There are three main application types Facebook supports:
      • External Desktop Application .
      • External Web Application.
      • Internal Facebook Application.
    • These three types of applications allows you, the developer, to bind Facebook data to any application you’re writing.
  • 6. Facebook Language support
    • Facebook officially supports PHP 4/5 and Java client libraries
    • Facebook partnered with Microsoft to support .Net applications
    • Facebook API language support includes:
      • ActionScript
      • Cocoa
      • ColdFusion
      • Perl
      • Python
      • Ruby
  • 7. Facebook & Microsoft
    • Facebook has a .Net library containing all you need, as a developer, for using Facebook through your desktop or web application.
    • The .Net library contains Desktop controls, Web controls, Facebook
    • Microsoft also supports Facebook with their PopFly application that allows the developer easily build an application.
  • 8.
    • Developing facebook application
  • 9. Adding new application
    • Opening a new application
    • For external application: In the callback URL you enter the URL of your application.
    • For internal application you need to enable the “Can your application be added on Facebook?” selection.
    • Fill your application URLs in the added fields.
    • After completing the registration you get API key and Secret strings to use in your application.
  • 10. Code Review
    • At your website project, Add reference to Facebook.dll and to Facebook.WebControls.dll.
    • At the .cs code file write the following:
    • new protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
    • {
    • base.Api = “Your Application key”; //Inform which application to use.
    • base.Secret = “Your Application Secret”; //Added encryption for security.
    • base.Page_Load(sender, e); //must be called
    • if (!IsPostBack) {
    • //Use Facebook API to pull data from Facebook.
    • Facebook.Entity.User user = this.FBService.GetUserInfo();
    • Collection<Facebook.Entity.User> friends = this.FBService.GetFriends();
    • }
    • }
  • 11. Code Review (contd.)
    • Now we can use the data from Facebook in our application.
    • Let’s first build a simple page in ASP.Net
    • This page declares two labels that will be rendered in the server-side, and a link to another page.
    • Pay attention to the ID attr. of the asp:labels, we will use these IDs now.
  • 12. Code Review (contd.)
    • Now we need to insert the data we pulled from Facebook platform into our web page.
    • lblHelloWorld.Text = &quot;Hello &quot; + user.Name + &quot; you have &quot; + friends.Count + &quot; friends + &quot;...&quot; + this.FBService.SessionKey;
    • this.FBService.SetFBML(&quot;Hello &quot; + u.Name + &quot; you have &quot; + f.Count + &quot; friends”);
    • //Set FBML method sets an FBML string to the profile page.
    • lblDashboard.Text = &quot;<fb:dashboard><fb:action href=&quot;http://apps.facebook.com/aspnetcanvasfbml/default3.aspx&quot;>
    • Go to Default3
    • </fb:action></fb:dashboard><br/>&quot;;
    • //Sets FBML dashboard element to the applcication
    • That’s all you need to create an application
  • 13. DSP-IP Contact information For Course materials & lecture request contact: For projects development services contact:
      • Adi Yakov
      • Training and Courses Manager
      • [email_address]
      • +972-9-8651933
    www.dsp-ip.com Mail : [email_address] Phone: +972-9-8850956, Fax : +972-50- 8962910
      • Alona Ashkenazi
    • Technology Management Services : [email_address] +972-9-8850956