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Facebook Application Development with Graph API Cookbook by Apeksha Singh, Shashwat Srivastava

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Chapter 2. Be a part of Social Graph

In this chapter, we will cover:

  • Retrieving a user's information
  • Liking a post
  • Commenting on a given post
  • Setting a status message
  • Deleting a picture, post, or comment of a user
  • Retrieving a current user's friendlist
  • Creating a post on the wall of a user's friend
  • Posting a picture to a specific album of the user
  • Retrieving the names of the user's friends who have liked a particular status message
  • Creating an event
  • Paging through a user's friends
  • Searching through a user's feed
  • Tagging users in a picture
  • Adding a subscription for real time updates related to a user object
  • Creating a callback for handling real time updates
  • Deleting subscriptions

Introduction

Facebook provides its own API for application developers. Facebook API ...

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