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Be careful with latest PHP SDK v3.2.2 on appsecret_proof

Recently, one of my colleagues had updated his app to use the latest PHP SDK. Everything worked fine but suddenly, for our batch processing in sending app to user notification, we started receiving “Invalid appsecret_proof provided in the API argument” … Continue reading

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Fake Report – User reporting policy violation in Facebook Apps

It is both good and bad that Facebook provides a way for users to report spammy FB apps. However, as a Facebook developer that does not intent to break the TOS, I find that all the reports that I received … Continue reading

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Do you ask your Facebook dev related questions in stackoverflow.com?

Besides the Official Facebook Developer Forum, do you ask your Facebook dev related questions in stackoverflow.com? Frankly speaking, I didn’t.  But I will start doing so.   🙂 I will also be helping to answer questions there!  But too bad that … Continue reading

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Is xFBML still working on the new JavaScript SDK?

I just notice that multi-friend-input xFBML code does not work.  It seems to me that this is broken due to the new JavaScript SDK. For details, see the bug report http://bugs.developers.facebook.net/show_bug.cgi?id=19605. Have you encountered similar issues?

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Faceook team – We want stability instead of new features and buggy platform!

From time to time, we are seeing Facebook releasing this features, new integration points, new methods of data access.  For example, new feature on the Send Dialog for integrated private sharing is released today (please refer to Facebook Developer Blog … Continue reading

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Facebook kicks Ads provider’s Ass by Moving to OAuth 2.0 + HTTPS?

Regarding to my post Facebook App – Moving to OAuth 2.0 + HTTPS, it seems to me that currently, none of the ad providers approved by Facebook has https ads. So, by the time Facebook moves all the apps to … Continue reading

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Situation is getting worse… so I repeat : Be careful with Facebook Event “See Who Has Viewed Your Profile!”

Be careful with Facebook Event “See Who Has Viewed Your Profile!” This event is a spamming one! It ask you to copy and paste something (a javascript) to the address bar of your browser, saying that you can then see … Continue reading

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Revamping the blog’s color scheme

Just revamped the color scheme of this blog, and removed the header pic. Now, it looks much better.  🙂

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