[ANN] minimal facebook library available
keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk
Thu Oct 13 11:58:02 EDT 2011
Yep, I jumped on the old band-wagon, too, as whilst I'd like to experiment with OAuth / SAML support and may need JSON at some time, I definitely owe Andre a beer or three already!
On 13 Oct 2011, at 15:54, Thomas McGrath III wrote:
> Just joined the fundraising efforts. Hope you get enough contributions soon.....
> -- Tom McGrath III
> 3mcgrath at comcast.net
> On Oct 12, 2011, at 8:42 AM, Maarten Koopmans wrote:
>> How much do you need, and what will you build for that?
>> And what do we need to raise to make the end result BSD licensed once
>> its feature-complete?
>> PS:great work!
>> On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 5:27 AM, Andre Garzia <andre at andregarzia.com> wrote:
>>> Thanks to those that contributed with my little fundraising campaign, I am
>>> now able to release a minimal facebook library. There is still much work to
>>> be done and I don't plan to stop it.
>>> You can learn more about my Social Network Library Suite here:
>>> You can browse the mercurial repository here:
>>> I am still raising funds for this suite, so, don't loose your chance to
>>> WHAT IS AVAILABLE:
>>> * lib.aag.json.livecode - a minimal JSON library. BSD License.
>>> * lib.aag.facebook.livecode - a simple low level facebook library.
>>> * examples/facebook/simpleposter.livecode - a sample stack that posts to a
>>> user wall.
>>> Remember this library is GPL licensed. You can only build FREE, OPEN SOURCE
>>> software with it. If you want a commercial version, then, you'd better join
>>> the fundraising.
>>> So guys, can you please test?
>>> By the way, you will need to register your application on
>>> http://developer.facebook.com. After registering, you will need to pick your
>>> application id and application secret and fill the setup card on the example
>>> stack. I am not sharing my application id and secret with you.
>>> PS: fundraiser, sleep with this sound.
>>> http://www.andregarzia.com -- All We Do Is Code.
>>> http://fon.nu -- minimalist url shortening service.
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