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How to Develop API (application program interface) to create your own applications in the Facebook.

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  • Wall
    on Jun 16, 2009
    You might want to add the ability for your users to do something along the lines of your wall. There is functionality for this with the following:<fb:wall> renders a wall-like section in your application that has <fb:wallpost> elements from y...
  • Editor Display
    on Jun 16, 2009
    To work with editing data, Facebook has derived a set of tags grouped in this section. The rendered form will display in two columns with the label on the left and an input field on the right. The one caveat to using the <fb:editor> tags to creat...
  • Dialog Boxes
    on Jun 16, 2009
    As a note, this set of tags is still in beta mode, but basically this is a mechanism to provide modal dialog boxes for your application. This is really a fancy pop-up box to interact with your users. If this tag doesn’t fit your needs, you can also...
  • Page Navigation
    on Jun 16, 2009
    Once you have your application completed, you’re going to want to develop a navigation scheme for your users. The main tag for this task is the <fb:dashboard> tag that builds the familiar dashboard layout in Facebook. There are additional tags...
  • Other
    on Mar 14, 2009
    Here are some miscellaneous tags:<fb:js-string> allows you to define a string to reference in FBJS. You can set this anywhere in your code, and it is not displayed to the user. For example: <fb:js-string var="foo">This is the rendered text...
  • Forms
    on Mar 14, 2009
    Working with form information is important in developing any online application. FBML has some constructs to help with these common tasks.<fb:request-form> creates a form for sending requests. This is a great way to let your users send requests t...
  • Tools
    on Mar 14, 2009
    Tag-based languages such as ColdFusion and JSTL have many tags that build portions of your application for you। Similarly, FBML has a set of tags to help you build some very useful portions of your application:<fb:comments> generates code to ad...
  • Visibility on Profile
    on Mar 10, 2009
    You might encounter instances in which you want to display specific content to your users depending on their profile status with your application। FBML allows you to distinguish between the application owner, users, application users (those who hav...
  • User/Group Information
    on Feb 20, 2009
    Working with your user’s and group’s information is an important part of any Facebook application। You want to let your users easily interact with other users of your application, and there are some specific FBML tags to help with these interac...
  • Embedded Media
    on Feb 20, 2009
    Rich media is one of the cornerstones of the modern Internet…just look at YouTube. If you find a need to use embedded media in your application for music, games, or other rich media, you can use several tags to do this. This is an area in which FBM...
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