Developer's Guide to Social Programming: Building Social Context Using Facebook

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Publication Year: 2010 Format: Paperback
Language: English Educational Level: Scholarly & Professional
UPC:

0785342680775

ISBN:

9780321680778

EAN:

0785342680775

Developer’s Guide to Social Programming: Building Social Context Using Facebook

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Synopsis
Add social context to any site, with three leading technologies: Facebook Connect, Google Friend Connect (OpenSocial), and the Twitter API! The first book that shows how to build integrated social programming solutions that work seamlessly across all leading platforms. Includes extensive practical, up-to-the-minute coverage of the Twitter API that thousands of developers have been searching for. Presents extensive examples demonstrating how to solve problems ranging from site user registration to blog commenting. More and more companies are building applications that integrate with Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking technologies. Increasingly, they want to go beyond single-network solutions to build environments that work across social networks, reaching their customers wherever they are, wherever they prefer to be reached. This book will show them how. In The Developer’s Guide to Social Programming, Mark Hawker shows how to efficiently integrate their web sites with multiple social media environments at the same time. Unlike competitive books that focus on a single social media platform, this book covers three leading technologies: Facebook Connect, Google Friend Connect, and the Twitter API. The book’s extensive coverage of the Twitter API will make it especially valuable to the fast-growing base of Twitter developers, who have had few resources to rely on in building Twitterintegrated solutions. Hawker offers practical solutions and code for addressing a wide range of common challenges in social programming, from site user registration to blog commenting. All code examples are provided on a companion web site, which also presents how-to videos and a community discussion area. Hawker shows developers how to build applications that integrate with the major social networking sites. Unlike competitive books that focus on a single social media platform, this book covers all three leading platforms: Facebook, OpenSocial, and Twitter. In The Developer s Guide to Social Programming , Mark Hawker shows developers how to build applications that integrate with the major social networking sites. Unlike competitive books that focus on a single social media platform, this book covers all three leading platforms: Facebook, OpenSocial, and Twitter. Hawker identifies the characteristics of superior, highly engaging social media applications, and shows how to use the Facebook platform, Google Friend Connect, and the Twitter API to create them. You ll find practical solutions and code for addressing many common social programming challenges, from site registration to search, blog commenting to creating location-based applications. Hawker concludes by walking you through building a complete, integrated social application: one that works seamlessly across all leading platforms, and draws on powerful features from each. Coverage includes Working with the Twitter API, including the Search API, Lists API, and Retweets API Authenticating users with Twitter OAuth Mastering the Facebook API, FQL, and XFBML Utilizing the Facebook JavaScript Library for creating dynamic content, and animation Exploring the Google Friend Connect JavaScript API, and integrating with the OpenSocial API Using Facebook s tools for sharing, social commenting, stream publishing, and live conversation Using the PHP OpenSocial Client Library with Google Friend Connect Creating, testing, and submitting Google Friend Connect gadgets “

Product Identifiers
ISBN-10 0321680774
ISBN-13 9780321680778
eBay Product ID (ePID) 102810921

Key Details
Author Mark D. Hawker
Number Of Pages 336 pages
Series Developer’s Library
Format Paperback
Publication Date 2010-08-15
Language English
Publisher Addison Wesley Professional
Publication Year 2010

Additional Details
Copyright Date 2011

Dimensions
Weight 18.4 Oz
Height 0.6 In.
Width 6.8 In.
Length 9.1 In.

Target Audience
Group Scholarly & Professional

Classification Method
LCCN 2010-020866
LC Classification Number TK5105.888
Dewey Decimal 006.76
Dewey Edition 22

Reviews
“With the advent of the social web, companies must know how to leverage new technologies to stay competitive. Mark Hawker shows readers in simple steps what social programming really means. He walks you through examples of integrating with many of today’s most successful social platformsgetting you up and running with social programming in no time at all.” Joseph Annuzzi, Jr., Web Architect, PeerDynamic.com “An essential reference for the social web, present and future… a must-have for making your website known on the social graph.” Joshua T. Gross, Cortex Creations “With the advent of the social web, companies must know how to leverage new technologies to stay competitive. Mark Hawker shows readers in simple steps what social programming really means. He walks you through examples of integrating with many of today’s most successful social platforms–getting you up and running with social programming in no time at all.” –Joseph Annuzzi, Jr., Web Architect, PeerDynamic.com “An essential reference for the social web, present and future& a must-have for making your website known on the social graph.” –Joshua T. Gross, Cortex Creations

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