So you want to build a Facebook application and reach literally millions of users. Well luckily, writing an application using the API isn’t too hard to learn (for the basics, anyway). In this tutorial we will write a Facebook app that generates a random quote to display on the user’s profile.
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This tutorial will explain how to create a facebook application using Graph api and PHP.For those who are new to Facebook platform you need to learn the basics of Graph api.We are about to build a facebook application you can see a demo here
NOTE: This post was written using Facebook’s PHP SDK version 2.1.2. Since this post was made, the PHP SDK has changed and some of the process that are explained below may have changed as well. At some point I’ll have to revisit this post and update it but at this time just keep in mind …
In this article I’m focusing facebook latest php sdk to integrate facebook features in your site. Some days ago facebook released their new graph api system and updated their core structure. They also officially released php sdk so that you can easily call facebook latest graph api and old legacy api from server side by php.
Just a little contribution for your blog: for those who’re unable to get valid information into $fbme, a simple solution was posted on PHP-SDK github… you will need to add this line to facebook.php under the public static $CURL_OPTS array: