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November 6, 2010 / Narayan

Building Facebook application

Hello reader ,

This post is almost related to facebook platform  We’ll cover up first how to setup our application on facebook .All you need to do is go to Facebook Developer and register a new application. Please follow the process as below(according to Nov 6 2010):

After you have registered your application your page goes to appliation setting.After all you can see step by step process to set your application.The main about is simple just give name of your application and some description and leave everything as it is.

Next for Site domain You need to have select proper domain for your application where your application is living otherwise you will not be able to access many function of facebook when your app is on web.

Facebook Integration menus is main setting part of your application choose your own unique application domain e.g. testmyapp but don’t use any special char , only character of lowercase. Then give fully qualified url of your application where your application lives but remember the url must end with either / or ? (e.g.  or ). I like iframe because it’s easy than fbml with no any tag restriction. Finally use Bookmark url as of CanvasPage urlAt last, it’s the Advance tab which is simple.The facebook automatically redirects to the url ->Deauthorize Callback when any user just denied your application to allow your app to use his/her basic info or data. Use canvas session parameter which is very good practice of authentication of facebook user.

After all you just save the setting. Now you can see your application by going to

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  1. Buy Backlinks / Nov 8 2010 11:31 pm

    I love the way you write and also the theme on your blog. Did you code this yourself or was it done by a professional? I’m very very impressed.

    • Narayan / Nov 9 2010 5:55 am

      well it’s a wordpress theme i’ve lil bit modified it..Thanks..


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