Monthly Archives: February 2011

PHP SDK Demystified – Cookies Handling

I remember that there were once some discussion in the Facebook Developer Forum on topic like “why even after I logout from Facebook, I can still access my Facebook application directly w/o any login again?”. The reason for that is … Continue reading

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Graph API daily post limit per user or application

There is a post in the forum today asking about how many posts can an application publish to a user’s wall or friends’ wall. To be more precise, the post limit should be refer to the limit that an user … Continue reading

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Facebook Registration Plugin – feature suggested

Have you tried the Facebook registration plugin? I have tried that recently.  It is simply to use and provide a quick way for sites to integration Facebook user account into their site level registration flow. The only comment that I … Continue reading

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Windows 7 SP1 is out!

Windows 7 SP1 is out! For details, visit I have updated it and so far nothing special happens.

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Google’s Chrome Browser is eating up your hard disk space!

If you are using a SSD as your Window system partition (like me), hard disk space is probably one of your concerns. And if you are using Google’s Chrome browser, here is a tip for you. First set your Windows … Continue reading

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PHP SDK Demystified – How CURL Error 60 is handled?

Have you ever encountered curl error 60 when using the PHP SDK? The first (and hopefully the last) time that I encountered is when I try to setup my own web server at home (using Windows 2003 server). What I … Continue reading

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PHP SDK Demystified – How file upload works

In the early version, file upload (e.g. uploading photo to Facebook) is not supported in the PHP SDK and we have to do it via curl. But while the PHP SDK actually communicate with Facebook via curl, then why there … Continue reading

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VirtualBox v4.0.4 Released!

Oracle has just released VirtualBox 4.0.4! It is a maintenance release of VirtualBox 4.0 which improves stability and fixes regressions. See the Changelog at For a complete list of all changes. You can download the binaries here: As … Continue reading

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