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Facebook API Tutorials
November 13, 2009 @ 13:14:10

On the PHPEveryday.com site there's two new articles looking at interacting with the Facebook API to grab information about its users. In the first article they look at getting friend information and in the other they look at getting events.

Facebook is an incredible site. At the time this tutorial was written, this site reaches ranking second only to Google in the achievement of visitors. What does it mean? Facebook could attract so many visitors. This site even has defeated Friendster friendship site that had been rampant.

These articles are parts four and five of a series, here's the rest - parts one, two and three.

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