Tag Archives: FQL

New and Easy Way to Get Facebook User Profile Pic in Alternate Sizes

It is very common for a Facebook application to display profile picture of the current Facebook user and/or profile pictures of the user’s friends. In the past, Facebook provides only a few “sizes” for us to choose from, like normal, … Continue reading

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Finally we can issue FQL queries via Graph API

Just in case you are not aware of, Facebook now supports executing FQL queries via Graph API. In short, we can do this by issuing an HTTP GET request to https://graph.facebook.com/fql?q=QUERY where the ‘q’ parameter can be a single FQL … Continue reading

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Today, I have seen a post in the Facebook Dev Forum asking is it possible to write FQL statement to update data in Facebook. “No” – this is the answer that comes into my mind right after seeing the post…. … Continue reading

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Accessing Facebook Data Fast! Graph API or FQL?

Generally speaking, I love the concept of Facebook’s Graph API.  It is easy and simplified way for accessing Facebook’s data. Yet, there are 2 things that I believe Facebook has to further improved: Data and Feature coverage For this, I … Continue reading

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New Tables in FQL (Facebook Query Lanaguage)?

First, I have to say that I am neither an expert on FQL nor using FQL frequently… but recently when I visit the FQL documentation in Facebook, it always seems to me that new tables are being added. I am … Continue reading

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