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Presented at Ignite, Salt Lake City, Jesse Stay, The "Social" Geek and author of O'Reilly's FBML Essentials, covers in 5 minutes why Facebook Development is important and what you need to get started.

Presented at Ignite, Salt Lake City, Jesse Stay, The "Social" Geek and author of O'Reilly's FBML Essentials, covers in 5 minutes why Facebook Development is important and what you need to get started.

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    Facebook Development in 5 Minutes Facebook Development in 5 Minutes Presentation Transcript

    • Facebook Development in 5 Minutes
      • by Jesse Stay
      • The “Social” Geek
      • Author, FBML Essentials (O’Reilly)
    • Who Am I?
    • Why Should You Care?
      • Facebook has 100 million+ Users!
      • You have full access to those users
    • And their Mom...
    • On your own website...
    • You need to know what your developers can do with those users.
    • Facebook Platform
      • Traditional Software Development
      • API Communication
      • Social Integration Points
    • Traditional Software Development in Facebook
      • Libraries available for most languages - Perl, PHP, Java, Ruby, .NET, others
      • Javascript Client API and/or FBJS
      • HTML and FBML
    • Facebook API Communication
      • Traditional REST calls
      • Certain calls require authentication
      • App requires API Key, some times Private Key
      • Mostly, the libraries do most of the work!
    • Social Integration Points
      • Canvas Page
        • Full Monetization Potential
        • Developers have full control on this page
    • Social Integration Points
      • User Profile
        • Profile Box
        • Post stories to the Wall, aka, “Mini-Feed”
        • Tabs
        • Create Custom Publisher Box
      • Send Notifications and Requests
    • Architecture
    • Let’s Get Started!
      • Get a Developer Account
        • http://developer.facebook.com
    • Learn to Read Directions
    • Create an Application
      • Add Your Application, Fill out Form
        • http://developer.facebook.com/get_started.php
    • Write Some Code
        • Basic FBML:
        • Facebook API:
    • Test Your App!
      • http://apps.facebook.com/testapp/test.php
    • Get Started Learning
      • Learn FBML Tags Available
        • http://wiki.developers.facebook.com/index.php/FBML
      • Learn API Methods Available
        • http://wiki.developers.facebook.com/index.php/API
      • Learn Facebook Connect
        • http://wiki.developers.facebook.com/index.php/Facebook_Connect
      • Learn FBJS, FQL
        • http://wiki.developers.facebook.com/index.php/FBJS
        • http://wiki.developers.facebook.com/index.php/FQL
      • Learn how your Language-specific Library adapts the API
    • Other Resources
      • Facebook Developers Wiki - http://wiki.developers.facebook.com
      • Facebook Developers Forums - http://forum.developers.facebook.com
      • IRC - freenode - irc.freenode.net #facebook
      • Facebook Page - http://page.fbmlessentials.com
      • AllFacebook.com
      • InsideFacebook.com
      • FaceReviews.com
      • StayNAlive.com (of course!)
    • Where to Find Me
      • Twitter: @JesseStay
      • FriendFeed: http://friendfeed.com/jessestay
      • Facebook: http://jessestay.socialtoo.com
      • Blog: http://StayNAlive.com