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Developing Facebook Platform Applications with Rails

By Michael Mangino

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| Paperback | 9781934356128

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"Developing Facebook Platform Applications with Rails" leads you through the steps necessary to build your first application. You'll get hands-on experience with Facebook technologies such as FBML and FQL, and master messaging and news feeds. You'll Continue

"Developing Facebook Platform Applications with Rails" leads you through the steps necessary to build your first application. You'll get hands-on experience with Facebook technologies such as FBML and FQL, and master messaging and news feeds. You'll do more than just study the Facebook API - you'll get practical tips from an experienced Facebook developer. We'll cover advanced techniques such as AJAX and asynchronous messaging, and you'll see how to slash development time with facebooker, the leading Ruby library for Facebook Platform development.Together, we'll build Karate Poke, a real Facebook Platform application, from configuration to deployment. You'll get deep into Facebook requests right off the bat. From there, you'll build the core of Karate Poke and then get a detailed look at the Facebook canvas and social features. We'll finish by looking at advanced features and tips for handling millions of users. Developing for the Facebook Platform can seem like a different world at first. "Developing Facebook Platform Applications with Rails" is your tour guide.

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  • English Books
  • Paperback 200 Pages
  • ISBN-10: 1934356123
  • ISBN-13: 9781934356128
  • Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf
  • Publish date: 2008-08-15
  • Dimensions: 103 mm x 1,251 mm x 1,483 mm Just how big is that?
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