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Facebook connect tutorial

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  • 1. Facebook ConnectCMPS 18305/13/10
  • 2. What is Facebook Connect?• Allows people to login into using their Facebook account instead of registering and logging in with an account on the site• Set of Facebook APIs used to log into: o 3rd party websites o Applications o Mobile Devices o Gaming Systems
  • 3. Examples
  • 4. Brief History March 30, May 2008 2010 • Facebook • Facebook Connect “Like” button May 2007 • Facebook Platform August 2006 • Facebook Developer February 2004 • Facebook Launched
  • 5. Why use it?• Over 400 Million Facebook users• 50% of users log in at least once a day• 2-click registration• Access to users‟ public profile information such as name, friends list, and profile picture
  • 6. How to put Facebook Connect in your site From Devtacular.com : Step 1: Install Developer Application on Facebook Step 2: Create-Cross Domain Communication Channel File Step 3: Add Facebook XML Namespace to HTML tag Step 4: Add reference to the Facebook JavaScript Feature Loader Step 5: Create the Facebook Connect login button Step 6: Initialize Facebook Connect
  • 7. Social Plugins• Activity Feed <fb:activity>• Comments: <fb:comments>• „Like‟ button: <fb:like>
  • 8. ResourcesFacebook Developers Wiki • http://wiki.developers.facebook.comFacebook Connect • http://www.facebook.com/advertising/?connectHow to Integrate with Facebook Connect • http://www.devtacular.com/articles/bkonrad/how-to-integrate-with-facebook-connect

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