Facebook, C# and Sitefinity Integration Part II

Facebook, C# and Sitefinity Integration Part II

June 04, 2009 0 Comments

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On my last post about Facebook, I showed you how to get started using the popular social networking tool. Though I did get to Facebook integration during my recent webinar, you can get the sample code for Facebook integration here.

 

Before proceeding, please read the Facebook blog post I created to install the sample code. Then, replace the user control with the download from this blog post.

 

Here are some other methods that I have added to this code sample:

  • Get a list of events, based on user, start date, end date, and certain event list
  • Get a list of friends, based on a list of user identifiers
  • Get the Facebook profile of the currently logged in user
  • Get a list of groups where the logged in user is a member
  • Get a list of all of your Facebook friends
  • Get a specific friend's profile

Enjoy!

 

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