Is there a module to show photos on Drupal site that come from Facebook user profile/Facebook page, like Wordpress Fotobook
Wordpress Fotobook plugin will show photos from a user's Facebook profile (assuming the user has set the appropriate permissions for them to be made visible, and that suitable Facebook App settings and id have been setup).
I wondered if there was an equivalent module for Drupal?Read more
Grey Vancouver is looking for a freelance Drupal developer to work with us as we expand our web capabilities. Ideally the successful candidate will work in our office a minimum one one day a week, co-working with another developer (myself) and a designer. We have several projects on the go, and are looking for a smart, energetic developer with an interest in building clean, elegant solutions with us for our clients.
Some of our past projects include:Read more
At the recent Bay Area Drupal Camp, I presented Drupal for Facebook. I built a small Facebook Application and walked through how I used Drupal to create it. Now the details of this presentation are available in two screencasts.
This is recommended viewing if you're curious what Drupal for Facebook is, or if you've downloaded it and are struggling to set it up. Read more: http://www.dave-cohen.com/node/2246
Or jump right to the videos:
(if the video doesnt play, select an alternate format on the bottom of the page. These links are to the higher resolution versions.)
A few technical notes for developers concerning how MySite interacts with non-Drupal data and application sources.
First, a little history. The core goal of the MySite module is to abstract content published to a Drupal site. So the MySie distribution supports content types native to Drupal. The reason for this is scope: I don't have time to solve every problem, so I focus on those.Read more
Saying there was excitement when FaceBook made an API available for developers is like saying it rains in Vancouver. But here's something you might not know. The folks who created Project Opus have also created a Project Opus MP3 player for FaceBook that's powered by Drupal - and they're talking!!!
Join us Thursday August 30th as David Gratton, Ross Howard-Jones and James Andres from the Donat Group do an encore of their Vancouver BarCamp presentation on the FaceBook MP3 player powered by Drupal.
As always, there will be a Question and Answer session for questions on anything Drupal and a chance to tell the group about any cool stuff you've been working on.
Date: Thursday August 30th, 6:30pm
Location: Bryght Offices, 1 Alexander Street, Suite 400 in Gastown. [Map] (Details below).
For those who don't need to leave right away there's typically a more social discussion at a local pub afterwards.Read more
Hello Facebook Developers,
To speed the development of a Facebook App we've been working on our team has developed a Facebook "Development Framework" (I use the term very loosely) for Drupal. We're guessing this module would be useful for some Drupal developers, so we've been trying to keep it general.
Before we go any further it would be very helpful to get some feedback from the community. Here's a few questions we've got...Read more