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Dialogs Overview - Développeurs Facebook Dialogs A simple, consistent way to add social functionality to your apps Overview Dialogs provide a simple, consistent interface to provide social functionality to people using your apps. Requests Dialog Requests are available for games on Canvas, iOS or Android. Requests appear on whatever combination of these platforms are supported by your game. For example, a player using the iOS version of your game could send a request to a player who plays on Canvas, and vice-versa. Hence, your implementation of requests should be platform-agnostic and should provide a consistent user experience, regardless of platform. On all platforms, requests are sent via the Requests Dialog, which is provided by the Facebook SDK for that platform. As described in the User Experience section, the dialog can be used to send a request directly to a specified recipient, or to display a multi-friend selector, allowing the sender to select multiple recipients for the request.

for Facebook This set of modules turns Drupal into a platform for developing Facebook Applications. This allows you to embed your content and features within facebook, or allow facebook users onto your site via Facebook Connect. With Drupal for Facebook, you can harness all the power of Drupal in you Facebook App. If you already have content in Drupal, you can expose it on Facebook. The Drupal for Facebook philosophy is that the functionality already built into Drupal should be used to create Facebook Applications. Where possible, we use Drupal's user management, permission schemes, blocks, views, etc. to implement the Facebook App.

Apps on Facebook.com - Développeurs Facebook To drive more traffic to apps on Facebook, we enable various channels that enable new users to discover your app as well as existing users to re-engage with your app. Each channel is designed to help engage users and our algorithms help surface the best content for each user. The current channels include:

Nobody Can Stop Facebook Because Nobody Understands Facebook Can companies turn confusion into a competitive advantage? It occurred to me when attempting to explain Facebook's Open Graph this week that the social web has become increasingly complex — relating the full implications to a broad audience is a Herculean feat. How do you explain the Open Graph to the average user so he or she can make an informed decision? Send Dialog Overview The Send Dialog lets people privately send content to specific friends. They'll have the option to privately share a link as a Facebook message, group post or email. The Send Dialog does not require any extended permissions.

Open Graph meta tags This module makes it easy to add Open Graph meta tags ( to a node to enable it to be come a "rich" social object. For instance, Facebook uses this information to work out how to preview shared content in a user's Facebook profile ( Features Easily select the image thumbnail used to represent the node (used by Facebook when constructing a preview). Apps on Facebook.com - Développeurs Facebook To drive more traffic to apps on Facebook, we enable various channels that enable new users to discover your app as well as existing users to re-engage with your app. Each channel is designed to help engage users and our algorithms help surface the best content for each user. The current channels include: Newsfeed stories

Facebook privacy hole 'lets you see where strangers plan to go' Facebook's new system for connecting together the web seems to have a serious privacy hole, a web developer has discovered. Some people report that they are able to see the public "events" that Facebook users have said they will attend – even if they person is not a "friend" on the social network. The discovery was made by Ka-Ping Yee, a software engineer for the charitable arm of Google, who was trying out the search query system known as the "Graph API" released by Facebook last Friday. In some cases – though not all – it will let you see the public events that people have said they will attend, or have attended. Support Open Graph Protocol meta tags Open Graph Protocol is described here: It is a Facebook initiative and used by at least Facebook (but not limited to them). The following is an excerpt from that page:

Apps on Facebook.com - Développeurs Facebook To drive more traffic to apps on Facebook, we enable various channels that enable new users to discover your app as well as existing users to re-engage with your app. Each channel is designed to help engage users and our algorithms help surface the best content for each user. The current channels include: Newsfeed stories

Firefox Steps Up to Challenge Facebook's Claim to Identity The team behind Mozilla's Firefox browser announced today the availability of experimental code that website owners can add to their pages to allow site visitors to create an account, log-in or switch users with just a few simple clicks and no password to remember. The unveiling comes a week after Facebook fired a big shot across the web, staking a claim as the dominant provider of one-click portable identity. These two technologies seem aimed right at each other and engineers at both companies have no doubt been following each others' work closely.

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