Monthly Archives: December 2010

Top Events in 2010 Related to Virtualization and Facebook Development

What is the top events happened in 2010 that were related to Virtualization and Facebook Development? For me, my pick of events are: The Release of VirtualBox v3.2 and v4.0 I know this may not be the biggest event in … Continue reading

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PHP SDK Demystified – Standard Getters and Setters for Protected Properties

An overview on the Facebook class properties was already given in previous articles. To re-cap, the following class properties are defined in the Facebook class: Static Configuration Related: $CURL_OPTS, $DROP_QUERY_PARAMS and $DOMAIN_MAP Runtime Configuration Related: $appId, $appSecret, $cookieSupport, $baseDomain, $fileUploadSupport … Continue reading

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Facebook “Like” Buttons are now supported in my Blog

I have added the Facebook “Like” button to my blog. So, in case you found any blog entries that you like, support me by clicking the “Like” button.  It is simply underneath the post title. Thanks!

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Fixed bug in that may affect your Facebook application!

If you are running FBML applications that uses the fb:iframe FBML tag, please read! Facebook has pushed the following code changed in the week of 26Dec2010: Fixed bug in <fb:iframe/> that could impact developers that are using <fb:iframe/> incorrectly. <fb:iframe/> … Continue reading

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PHP SDK Demystified – the Facebook class properties

In the last few articles, we have already taken a look at the following static members of the Facebook class in the PHP SDK: $CURL_OPTS $DROP_QUERY_PARAMS $DOMAIN_MAP If you are not that familiar with OO (Object-Oriented) concepts, simply treat these … Continue reading

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no more Short Url! Let’s use LongUrl!

From time to time, I have received and seen short URLs. Usually, the description for those short URLs are attractive… However, not until I visit the link, I cannot tell what the site really is. Now, to avoid phishing, malware, … Continue reading

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I don’t want others to know that I am the developer of my facebook app. How can I do that?

A new added FAQ for: I don’t want others to know that I am the developer of my facebook app. How can I do that? See the details here.

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PHP SDK Demystified – the $DOMAIN_MAP Property

In the PHP SDK code, after the cURL options is the $DROP_QUERY_PARAMS property: /** * Maps aliases to Facebook domains. */ public static $DOMAIN_MAP = array( ‘api’ => ‘https://api.facebook.com/’, ‘api_read’ => ‘https://api-read.facebook.com/’, ‘graph’ => ‘https://graph.facebook.com/’, ‘www’ => ‘https://www.facebook.com/’, ); The … Continue reading

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