Workshop : Facebook JavaScript SDK

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Workshop : Facebook JavaScript SDK

  1. 1. FB Developers Workshop : Facebook JavaScript SDK @d_danailov
  2. 2. Workshop : FB JavaScript SDK Dimitar Danailov Senior Developer at 158ltd.com dimityr.danailov[at]gmail.com Github Founder at VarnaIT Senior Developer at 158ltd.com
  3. 3. Topics Today ● ● ● ● ● Introduction Developers Facebook Official Facebook SDKs Third-Party SDKs JavaScript SDK
  4. 4. Introduction 1. Workstation 2. Facebook JavaScript SDK
  5. 5. Developers Facebook
  6. 6. SDK
  7. 7. Facebook SDK
  8. 8. iOS
  9. 9. Android
  10. 10. JavaScript ● Enables you to use the Like Button and other Social Plugins on your site. ● Enables you to use Facebook Login to lower the barrier for people to sign up on your site. ● Makes it easy to call into Facebook's primary API, called the Graph API. ● Launch Dialogs that let people perform various actions like sharing stories. ● Facilitates communication when you're building a game or an app tab on Facebook.
  11. 11. PHP The Facebook SDK for PHP enables developers to implement a rich set of server-side functionality for accessing Facebook's API. This includes access to all of the features of the Graph API and FQL. The SDK is typically used to perform operations as an app administrator, but can also be used to perform operations on behalf of the current session user. By removing the need to manage access tokens manually, the SDK greatly simplifies the process of authentication and authorizing users for your app.
  12. 12. Third-Party SDKs ● ● ● ● Flash (ActionScript) By Adobe Python Java C# by Outercurve Foundation with Microsoft Sponsorship ● Ruby ● Node.js
  13. 13. JavaScript SDK
  14. 14. Load SDK // Load the SDK asynchronously (function (d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName (s)[0]; if (d.getElementById (id)) { return; } js = d.createElement (s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/all. js"; fjs.parentNode .insertBefore (js, fjs); }(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk' ));
  15. 15. FB.Init window.fbAsyncInit = function() { // init the FB JS SDK FB.init({ appId : 'YOUR_APP_ID' , // App ID from the app dashboard channelUrl : '//WWW.YOUR_DOMAIN.COM/channel.html' , // Channel file for x-domain comms status : true, // Check Facebook Login status xfbml : true // Look for social plugins on the page }); // Additional initialization code such as adding Event Listeners goes here };
  16. 16. FB.getLoginStatus FB.getLoginStatus (function (response) { if (response.status === 'connected' ) { // the user is logged in and has authenticated your // app, and response.authResponse supplies // the user's ID, a valid access token, a signed // request, and the time the access token // and signed request each expire var uid = response.authResponse .userID; var accessToken = response.authResponse .accessToken ; } else if (response.status === 'not_authorized' ) { // the user is logged in to Facebook, // but has not authenticated your app } else { // the user isn't logged in to Facebook. } });
  17. 17. FB.getLoginStatus(2) { status : 'connected' , authResponse : { accessToken : '...', expiresIn : '...', signedRequest : '...', userID : '...' } }
  18. 18. FB.login FB.login(function (response) { if (response.authResponse ) { console .log('Welcome! Fetching your information.... ' ); FB .api('/me', function (response) { console .log('Good to see you, ' + response.name + '.'); }); } else { console .log('User cancelled login or did not fully authorize.' ); } });
  19. 19. Facebook Query Language (FQL) Reference // FQL query var query = "SELECT uid FROM page_fan WHERE page_id = ' " + FacebookPageId + "'" + " AND uid = ' " + uid +"' LIMIT 1"; FB.api('fql', { q: query}, function (response) { if (response.data.length === 0) { // Load Fan-gating page } });
  20. 20. FB.Event.subscribe FB.Event.subscribe('edge.create' , function (href, widget) { alert ('You liked the URL: ' + href); } ); FB.Event.subscribe('auth.authResponseChange' , function (response) { alert('The status of the session is: ' + response.status); });
  21. 21. FB.Event.subscribe FB.Event.subscribe('edge.create' , function (href, widget) { alert ('You liked the URL: ' + href); } ); FB.Event.subscribe('auth.authResponseChange' , function (response) { alert('The status of the session is: ' + response.status); });
  22. 22. FB.api var registartionPermission = new Array(); registartionPermission .push('email'); registartionPermission .push('user_birthday' ); registartionPermission .push('user_likes' ); registartionPermission .push('publish_actions' );
  23. 23. FB.api (2) FB.api('/me/permissions' , function (response) { if (response.hasOwnProperty ('data')) { var permissionCounter = 0; for (var iterator in registartionPermission ) { // ... } if (permissionCounter === registartionPermission .length) { //... } } });
  24. 24. FB.api (3) // Get Facebook database information for user FB.api('/me', function (response) { var jsonString = JSON.stringify(response); $.ajax({ url : server.registeruser , data : jsonString , type : 'POST', contentType : 'application/json' , dataType : "json", }).done(function () { }).fail(function (error) { }); });
  25. 25. FB.api (4) // POST Request to Facebook for a new Facebook post message FB.api('/me/feed' , 'post', { message : parser.fbtitle, link: parser.fblink, picture : parser.fbimage, name: parser.fbname, description : parser.fbdescription }, function (data) { //console.log(data); - Preview Error message });
  26. 26. Questions ? Dimitar Danailov Senior Developer at 158ltd.com dimityr.danailov[at]gmail.com Github Founder at VarnaIT Senior Developer at 158ltd.com

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