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Adobe Flash and Facebook

As we know that Adobe Flash and Facebook provide superb solution for building rich and social experiences on the web. And there is some useful informations for developers to build applications using the two great platform.

You can refer the article for Facebook application development using Flash Builder from here.

I think there is no need to say about number of people everyday to connect with Facebook and share there views and ideas with world !! Adobe Flash and Facebook together allow some interesting things like share your ideas with friends, have some fun with superb games etc.

You will get the Adobe ActionScript 3 SDK for Facebook Platform from here.

For more references of Flash and Facebook application development you can download sample code from the list as described below:

– Display information on currently logged-in user – Download Sample Code
– Display list of photo albums – Download Sample Code
– Browse thumbnails of Facebook photos – Download Sample Code
– Display list of events – Download Sample Code
– FQL Query – Download Sample Code
– GraphAPI – Download Sample Code
– Up2 – Download Sample Code
– Friends List With Flash – Download Sample Code
– Friends List With Flex – Download Sample Code
– Media Upload Demo with AIR – Download Sample Code
– Media Upload Demo with Web – Download Sample Code
– News feeds Demo with AIR – Download Sample Code
– Web IFrame Demo – Download Sample Code

Enjoy RIA.. 🙂

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  1. gaurav
    October 6, 2010 at 12:48 PM

    Hi,

    I’m not too seasoned with the FB API. I just developed an Externally Hosted Flash App that was powered by the previous (REST) API for pulling in content. I have been reading up about the new SDK, and I see that its now openGraph based. While I am going through this new API, I am a little confused about people mean when they say that this update breaks all the apps using the older API. Is that true? Does this mean that the app I just made some time back (and its live right now) will stop working soon? Or how does this work? Thanks for your time.

    • Bharat
      October 7, 2010 at 11:16 AM

      Hi Gaurav,

      The new Graph API will add new features. New API will not break all applications which are using old API.

      The new Graph API is replacing the old REST API as our primary server-side API. Despite our focus on this new API, the REST API will continue to work. Furthermore, all the work Facebook doing to improve the performance and stability of the Graph API will benefit the REST API equally: both are built on the same foundation and infrastructure.

      You will get more information from the Document by Facebook.
      and the article.

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