Tag Archives: Graph API

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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Facebook aims to cut down the number of spamming wallposts in user’s profile page

Since the release of the timeline profile, a declining trend in the number of spamming wallposts in one’s profile page is observed. Facebook has moved further by having a plan to remove the ability to post to a user’s friends’ … Continue reading

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New Notifications API for apps on Facebook.com

Facebook had just launched a beta version of the new Notifications API for apps on Facebook.com that enables Facebook application developers to send short, custom messages to their existing users through the Facebook notifications jewel. Just like sending Facebook AppRequest, we can … Continue reading

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Field Expansion in Facebook’s Graph API – a new feature

Just 30-minutes ago, Facebook has announced in its blog that Graph API now support “Field Expansion”. According to Facebook, Field expansion significantly improves performance for API calls and reduces your coding effort for retrieving data from the social graph. You … Continue reading

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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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Using the Graph API to get permissions granted

Finally, we can use Graph API to get the permissions that a user has granted to our application!  This should be one of the most wanted features that we want to have in the Graph API. … ** This blog … Continue reading

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Speed Up your Facebook Application – Graph API Batch Requests

Recently, I have written a Facebook application that needs to get the user’s interests, books, music, movies etc connections via Graph API. It is not that different as we can simply query the Graph API connection /me/interests, /me/books, /me/movies one-by-one … Continue reading

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