We have an app available in android, ios and web. The app uses facebook login(using easyfacebook.jar) as alternate way of authorizing users. It was working fine but due to recent changes in facebook sdk I am unable to get the actual facebook id as the facebook api returns app-specific user id.
Facebook E-mails is no more a rumor and earlier today Facebook announced of this new feature in the San Francisco press conference.
We already had messages in Facebook, but why this concept of E-mail address?
Ans: Even though if there are 500 million people in Facebook, E-mail services combined has a relatively more strength.
I don't use facebook, never have used facebook and never will use facebook. However, my brand new Sony Xperia S has a facebook app that I apparently can't uninstall. Worse still, whenever I check to see what is running in the background I see the facebook app is active.
Can it be removed completely? If not, can it be permanently killed?
I'm trying to block Facebook access from my home system (Ubuntu). I could add facebook.com to /etc/hosts, but that would only prevent accessing facebook.com. There are many other ways I could use facebook, like mbasic.facebook.com, m.facebook.com, touch.facebook.com, the IP address, and so on.
I guess I could use a browser extension to block this, but I'd much prefer a sytem-wide block.
I want to integrate my application with Facebook. I am using Facebook SDK for that. In my application I am trying to post some message to Facebook. I have already created one application for this in Facebook developers site. I have used this application id and publish_actions permission. But I cannot able to post messages to Facebook.