Monthly Archives: January 2012

Renewing Facebook Access Token under the new permission model

As you may be already aware, Facebook has revised it permission mode by deprecating the offline access permission. Under the new model, an access token will get expired only after 6 month it is granted.  To renew the access token, … Continue reading

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Facebook is going to Deprecate the Offline Access Extended Permission

Facebook is going to Deprecate the Offline Access Extended Permission! Just in case you don’t know, to have your apps or web sites to interact with Facebook on behalf of the user, we need an access token.  That token, be … Continue reading

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Facebook JavaScript SDK – FB.XFBML.parse should be renamed as FB.markup.parse

According to Facebook documentation, FB.XFBML.parse is described as This function parses and renders XFBML markup in a document on the fly. This could be used if you send XFBML from your server via ajax and want to render it client … Continue reading

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Facebook cleaning up existing Bug Reports in Bugzilla

I have received a lot of mails from Bugzilla yesterday. It seems to me that Facebook is cleaning this to-be-obsolete bug reporting system (as the Bug Tool is up and running for quite a long time already).  While some of … Continue reading

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New version of PHP SDK released

There is a updated version of the php sdk. In this update, the public function useFileUploadSupport() has been rename as getFileUploadSupport().  This function is used to check whether the PHP SDK is currently configured for supporting file upload. The original … Continue reading

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Get Your Free Cover Photos!

Have you been upgraded to the new Facebook Timeline profile page? If yes, then why not visit our cover photo web site and get your own cover photo HERE? If not, then you can learn more about Faecbook Timeline by … Continue reading

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Scrolling to the Top of your Facebook App Canvas

For standard web page, you can use anchor point for jump to a particular section of your page.  However, this won’t work for Canvas app (at least for some browsers) as your page is wrapped within an iframe when it … Continue reading

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Remember to update your app according to the Facebook platform roadmap

It is now 2012…. and there are breaking changes coming effective! To highlight, you have (at least) handled the followings breaking changes: Deprecating FB.Canvas.setAutoResize All apps will be opted into “Upgrade to Requests 2.0” and “Requests 2.0 Efficient” Besides, note … Continue reading

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