Facebook C# SDK

Project Description
This toolkit helps .Net developers create Facebook iframe and web apps using the most current and fully supported Facebook APIs. This toolkit allows you to quickly create a facebook application, or integrate your website with Facebook, and use the new Graph API or old rest API.

This project uses the brand new Facebook Graph API and Javascript SDK along with compatibility with the old Rest SDK. If you are starting a new Facebook project, these are the recommended technologies to use for your development. Utilizing this toolkit you can quickly integrate with Facebook. Getting started is very easy and there are sample applications included to help you begin your development. The reason we chose to use C# 4 and the new dynamic keyword is to allow a more simplistic integration with Facebook’s Rest services that are more dynamic in nature and allow an easier upgrade path in .NET when Facebook development adds or changes their API’s.

Because this project is new will be publishing updates regularly to reach v1.0 quickly. Please let us know if you have any questions. If you need any consulting or advice with your Facebook project, go to our website at http://www.thuzi.com and let us know how we can help you.


Project Road Map

  1. Implement .Net Version of Facebook API following closely the official PHP SDK (http://github.com/facebook/php-sdk/)
  2. Provide sample applications of an ASP.NET MVC Facebook Connect Site and an ASP.NET MVC Facebook iFrame App.
  3. Provide sample applications of an ASP.NET Facebook Connect Site and an ASP.NET Facebook iFrame App.
  4. Provide desktop application support
  5. Provide Windows Phone 7 Support
  6. Provide Silverlight support
  7. Fully Documented Code
  8. Online documentation and samples.

Relevant Blog Posts

Thanks to Nikhil Kothari for creating and allowing us to use his dynamic rest library. We are using his code for Json serialization. See that project here: http://github.com/NikhilK/dynamicrest.

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