Facebook now has some open APIs. How about we work together to make a Facebook API module that can be extended for site specific needs, but has a solid base to integrate Facebook and Drupal.
Facebook Live Stream module leverages the Facebook Open Stream API. Once installed, the module allows users of the Drupal instance to access their Facebook account and view the real time stream of their friends’ updates from Facebook in a block within their Drupal instance. Users can control the number of posts viewable via the profile settings tab. The module allows user to configure his/her settings such as No. of posts to display, retrieval interval time, etc.
You can get further info here: http://fbconnect.azrisolutions.com/
Our team recently released a module leveraging the Facebook Open Stream API. Once installed, the module allows users of the Drupal instance to access their Facebook account and view the real time stream of their friends’ updates from Facebook in a block within their Drupal instance. Users can control the number of posts viewable via the profile settings tab.Read more
We've just released Facebook Live Stream module. This module leverages the Facebook Open Stream API. Once installed, the module allows users of the Drupal instance to access their Facebook account and view the real time stream of their friends’ updates from Facebook in a block within their Drupal instance.
For more information please check http://www.azrisolutions.com/journal . Looking for feedback
If you had an API which fed in listings of events going on all around the country what would you do with it? And how would you deliver it to the end user? Mash it up with Google Maps? Flickr? Facebook? Twitter?
GREAT NEWS from Facebook!
The Facebook Open Stream API
Today we are excited to announce an important step toward greater openness through Facebook Platform. For the first time, we're opening the core Facebook product experience -- the stream -- with the new Facebook Open Stream API.Read more
If you'd like to see drupal for facebook in drupal 6, including some of the nice features that go with it, check out Dave Cohen's call to arms for help, both financial and coding to get it done by drupalcon DC.
Check out dave's call to arms
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Has there been any movement on integration with Facebook connect now that it's released?
I think it was released today, so probably not too much :)
My apologies if I am missing the obvious but I am just at the beginnings of my quest for an answer.
I am looking for a way to pull events down from a Facebook group to a Drupal site using the news aggregator (or something) on the Drupal side. However, at the Facebook group site there does not seem to be a publicly accessible news feed (rss or atom) url - not that I can find anyway... This doesn't surprise me, they [Facebook] may not want you to pull feeds down unless you're a member of the group or they may only want to restrict you to working with the Facebook UI itself?Read more
We require a dynamic individual with ability to work under pressure and be able to deliver strict deadlines. You should also have good teamwork skills and the ability to work independently.
JOB DESCRIPTION AND ROLE SUMMARY
-Installing the Drupal content management system and CiviCRM
-Identifying and installing additional modules to meet client needs
-Modifying system configurations to meet client needs
-Troubleshooting & answering client support issues
-Upgrading Drupal & CiviCRM installations.
-Migrating website content from various sources into Drupal.
MySpace is apparently opening up their platform, creating the possibility for a Facebook-API-type module that lets people sign into Drupal sites with their MySpace account.
Is there a Group for MySpace just as there is for Facebook on groups.drupal.org? I searched, and couldn't find anything. Would anyone else here be interested in starting one?
Yesterday was Facebook's f8 developers conference here in San Francisco. They presented some great information about the new look (wider canvas pages, wider profile boxes, new feed options) and also Facebook Connect which will change the way Drupal sites share information with Facebook. They held a hackathon and honored several of the projects Facebook's engineers considered the best. And Drupal for Facebook was a winner (specifically, of a Sony PS3)!
Speaking of conferences, I've proposed a session about Facebook App development at the upcoming DrupalCon. It needs votes to make it into the schedule, so if you will attend the DrupalCon, please take a moment to vote for that session.
I'd also like feedback, and more votes, for my grant proposal. This grant could help fund Drupal for Facebook, thereby making it easier to use and up-to-date with Facebook's latest features. If you don't know about the Knight Drupal Initiative, you really should participate. All the proposed grants need review from within the Drupal community before being considered by the Knight Foundation. And if you have ideas that need funding, you really should submit your own proposal.
We need Drupal developers asap to help with adaptation with facebook functionality! Please send resume, cover letter, examples or samples of work and references to email@example.com
We are a young, dynamic organization that is making a difference in people's lives by combining different technologies to create a one-of-a-kind online experience for the user. We are seeking a web developer to assist in the development of a series of new Sites as well as helping in maintenance of existing Sites.Read more
What do you guys think about new API's launched by Facebook last week? It seems like it's going to make dataportability really easy. Here's the announcement on Facebook's site: http://developers.facebook.com/news.php?blog=1&story=108
Are there any drupal apps that enable you to do this already? I know of the Authentication module.
I run a content-based website ( http://www.gradspot.com ) and have included facebook share icons/links at the bottom of each article. However, after clicking on the share icon/link, while I am forwarded to Facebook, it doesn't usually pick up anything from the article (i.e., there's no title, description or thumbnail). Sometimes it doesn't even pick up the link. All that being said, we've even included the meta tags Facebook suggests.
Anyone had this problem before and been able to fix it?
Thanks for any help you can give!
While Drupal already has many of the tools necessary to implement social networking techniques on a community site, I haven't found anything that works like the personalized central "News Feed" system in Facebook or Twitter.
I'm curious whether anyone has done any development work, planning or merely thinking about how this might be done in Drupal, and about the implications.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:
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Dave Cohen presented the Drupal for Facebook module this past weekend at the Bay Area Drupal Camp.
Here is the link to the audio: http://blip.tv/file/get/Kentbye_tech-SFDrupalCampDrupalForFacebook588.mp3
Audio from other sessions can be found here.
Breaking Open Facebook with Open Source Software (Part 2)
it’s important for socially aware software developers to begin thinking about how to provide alternative services to proprietary social networks. While I acknowledge this is a very high level description scarce on implementation details, I hope that it spurs some spirited discussions and future innovation.
am looking for a drupal developer to work on social networking project centered on geo-spatial and interest data. I broke-down the project in several phases, phases 1 being very basic. So if you agree with this approach and you are an expert with drupal, php, google map's api, the gmap module, the categories module (CCK) and how it can apply to profiles, please do read on. Lastly, it would help tremendously if you would share with me any implementation examples similar to the specs below.
So here's a preview of the high-level functionality I need developed/implemented for Phase 1:Read more
I've now added a secondary registration scheme to my facebook_auth module.
Some people have wanted to still have the email validation / welcome email, and it'll allow you to set it so admins have to approve the user account.
This can be tested at http://facebook-alt.dev.kodekoan.com
The basic one, where you almost automatically create and login can be tested at http://facebook.dev.kodekoan.com
The method can be quickly switched from the admin settings page (screenshot).
Before I commit any of the new changes, I was hoping I could get a bit of feedback on both the flow, and the wording.