#1     Facebook API for Developers                 Overview                Wildan Maulana         wildan.m@openthinklabs.c...
What We Will Cover●   Introducing the Facebook Platform●   Getting Ready for Facebook Application    Development●   Learni...
Introducing the Facebook Platform  ●   What Is Facebook?  ●   A Brief History of Facebook  ●   The Elements of the Faceboo...
Getting Ready for Facebook           Application Development●   What’s Needed                     ●   Creating a New Appli...
Learning Facebook Platform Fundamentals●   Client Library Primer   ●   Data Store API                    ●   Facebook Java...
Building a Facebook Application,          Start to Finish ●   Setting Up Eclipse                  ●   Jumping In          ...
Going Further with Your Application    ●   Application Statistics    ●   Monetizing        ●   AdSense        ●   Amazon  ...
Q&A
Reference●   Facebook API Developers Guide, Wayne    Graham, firstPress
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Facebook API For Developers : Overview

  1. 1. #1 Facebook API for Developers Overview Wildan Maulana wildan.m@openthinklabs.com http://workshop.openthinklabs.com
  2. 2. What We Will Cover● Introducing the Facebook Platform● Getting Ready for Facebook Application Development● Learning Facebook Platform Fundamentals● Building a Facebook Application, Start to Finish● Going Further with Your Application
  3. 3. Introducing the Facebook Platform ● What Is Facebook? ● A Brief History of Facebook ● The Elements of the Facebook Platform ● Facebook Markup Language ● REST API Calls ● Facebook Query Language ● Facebook JavaScript ● Client Libraries ● Summary
  4. 4. Getting Ready for Facebook Application Development● What’s Needed ● Creating a New Application ● Creating a Facebook Account ● Facebook Terms of Service ● Understanding Facebook Highlights Layout and Terms ● Using Facebook Tools● Setting Up Your Server ● API Tab● Adding the Developer ● XML Application ● JSON● Understanding How ● PHP Facebook Applications Work ● FBML Tab ● Feed Preview Console Tab ● Using Programming Tools ● Summary
  5. 5. Learning Facebook Platform Fundamentals● Client Library Primer ● Data Store API ● Facebook JavaScript● API Primer ● FQL Primer Primer Tables DOM Objects ● ● Authentication ● ● Functions and Operators ● Events ● Facebook Markup Language Primer ● Putting It Together ● FBML Valid HTML Tags ● ● Things to Remember ● Feed ● FBML Tags ● FQL ● Conditionals ● Summary ● Friends ● User/Group Information ● Profile Specific ● Group ● Embedded Media ● Marketplace ● Visibility on Profile ● Notifications ● Tools ● Photos ● Forms ● Profile ● Other Editor Display Users ● ● ● Page Navigation ● Error Codes ● Dialog Boxes ● Wall ● Mock Ajax
  6. 6. Building a Facebook Application, Start to Finish ● Setting Up Eclipse ● Jumping In External Web Services Using Plug-Ins ● ● ● Game Review ● Remote Project Support ● Add Game (FTP/SFTP) ● Publishing Feeds ● PHP Development Tools ● Testing ● Data Tools Platform SQL ● Debugging Development Tools ● Scaling ● Connecting to Your Web Server ● Launching Your Application Creating the About Page ● Layout Out the Project ● ● Creating a Logo ● Creating the Database ● Submitting for Approval ● Designing the Database ● Publicizing Your Application ● Advanced Techniques ● Working with SQL ● Summary
  7. 7. Going Further with Your Application ● Application Statistics ● Monetizing ● AdSense ● Amazon ● Adonomics ● Others ● Advertising Tips ● Selling Your Application ● Help, I’m Stuck! (and Other Resources) ● Summary
  8. 8. Q&A
  9. 9. Reference● Facebook API Developers Guide, Wayne Graham, firstPress
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