why not! all you need is a fast-n-furious caching storage for your facebook application which stores values against a key, same like a hash table. facebook data storage api does the same for you. using the batch api in facebook rest client you can seriously think it as an alternative of memcache. there are many … Continue reading facebook data storage api can really be the replacement of memcache
My book on “Facebook Application Development” has been announced. I have co-authored this book with Dr. Mark Alexander Bain and it is scheduled to be published by May 2008. Continue reading My book on "Facebook Application Development" has been announced
While working with FQL I suddenly found a bug in one of our applications. The method which we used to count number of friends of a specific user who has added that application was returning 1 when there is no friend actually installed it। Using the following FQL you can easily find that. (FQL doesn’t … Continue reading Unexpected return value from Facebook FQL.query via PHP REST Lib
We (Trippert Inc) are recently working on developing facebook applications, and as a part of this, we released Holiday Gifts two months ago. This nice app is built using PHP with MySQL in backend. And you know what do we get after these two months? a surprising amount of total users – almost 260K by … Continue reading So 260K Users in 2 months is Not Huge, u bet?