Monthly Archives: June 2012

Tips for Submitting Facebook Open-Graph Action for Approval

More and more people use the new Facebook Timeline already and Facebook keeps on enhancing how Facebook application can interact with the user’s timeline profile via open-graph action. No matter how you use open-graph actions in your application,  your application cannot publish … Continue reading

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Be careful with the so-called Facebook Profile Visitor

There is recently another wave of spams coming out in Facebook. An application called “Facebook Profile Visitor” claims that it can tell you who has visited your profile.  An image will be generated with your friends tagged within “randomly”. However, … Continue reading

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Publish_actions requested in Facebook Authentication Dialog even when it is not specified

Take a look at this if you are going to implement Open-Graph actions in your existing Facebook apps. I get a Facebook application that requests only birthday and email permission from the user.  Recently, I planned to added the “Read” Open-Graph action … Continue reading

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Changes to the Javascript SDK

As announced in https://developers.facebook.com/blog/post/2012/05/16/platform-updates–operation-developer-love/, Facebook has now removed access to all non-function properties and all function properties prefixed with `_` from the global FB object. If you experience issues, please verify that you are not relying on anything not documented … Continue reading

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