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Facebook Connect for iPhone

Written on
Mar 16, 2009 
Author
Edward Barrera  |

facebook_small.jpgADOTAS — Facebook launched Facebook Connect for iPhones over the weekend.

Facebook Connect lets developers make their websites and desktop applications more social and now the social network is alllowing iPhone developers to reap all the benefits as well.

If those who develop apps for the iPhone and iPod Touch, they can now start making those apps more social. With just a few lines of Objective-C code, developer’s users can log in to Facebook from within the app, find their friends, then share what they do in the app back on Facebook.

Including:

- Making API calls so an app can access users’ profiles and share information on Facebook.

- Publishing to Facebook via Feed forms.

- Asking users for extended permissions, like offline access, so developers can still interact with their data when they’re offline.

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Edward is the former editor of Adotas.

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Before that, he was metro editor and city editor for the San Gabriel Valley Newspaper Group, where he was in charge of local news. Besides managing daily content, including multimedia, he oversaw investigative stories. He also led a team in revamping the group's website.

Before that, he was a reporter and blogger, covering business, politics and government for newspapers in New York and California.

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