Monthly Archives: November 2011

Facebook PHP SDK v3.1.1-12 available

Just in case you are not aware of, a minor update version on the Facebook PHP SDK is available.  The latest version is v3.1.1-12. For details, please visit

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Firefox 8 Now Available

Firefox 8 Now Available Firefox 8 is officially released on Mozilla’s site! The biggest new feature is that Firefox itself now handles third party add-on installations to avoid security problems from sketchy extensions. Also included in the new version is … Continue reading

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Featured Site – Tech News

I would like to introduce a site featuring various technology and gaming news to you all. News categories include: Facebook related news Web Technology, including PHP, JQuery and Web Browser Gaming news, including PS3, Xbox, PC Games News about Apple, including … Continue reading

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Be careful if your canvas app invokes JavaScript function via href attribute

If you write you canvas app in such a way that it invokes JavaScript function via the href attribute as follows: <a href=”javascript:myfunc();” >click here</a> then I would you to check your app to see if it still functions as … Continue reading

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VirtualBox 4.1.6 released

Oracle has released VirtualBox 4.1.6, a maintenance release of VirtualBox 4.1 which improves stability and fixes regressions. You can download the binaries here: This is a maintenance release. The following items were fixed and/or added: VRDP: fixed screen corruption … Continue reading

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Facebook Steps Toward the New Messaging System – do you care?

Quoting from the latest article in the Facebook Dev Blog, In November 2010 Facebook introduced a new messaging product which unified conversations sent via chat, e-mail and regular Facebook messages. Today we are beginning the transition of our old mailbox … Continue reading

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Why the Facebook PHP SDK does not persis Facebook signed request in cookies?

Today, I have seen the following question asked in the StackOverflow, Why does the Facebook PHP SDK not set cookies? Facebook’s PHP SDK can decode signed_requests that are passed to the app via POST, or stored in a cookie, but … Continue reading

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