victorantos
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Jaben
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great idea... a little confusing how Single Signon would work... but would open up tons of possibilities.
runSaturday
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Hi

I have a facebook solution for DotNetNuke - see http://www.cirrious.com .

Would you like me to implement it for YAF too? Happy to - and could have it done pretty quick :)

Stuart
victorantos
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there is no source code on your website...
do you have a download link for your facebook connect module?
runSaturday
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Hiya

I'm selling it for a token 10 dollars on snowcovered - if you want a trial copy email me - me 🇦🇹 slodge [dot] com

Medium term I'm also talking with ScottW at DNN corp - this stuff needs to go into the main system (IMO)

Stuart
victorantos
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no, thank you, I preffer an open source code solution
victorantos
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Single Signon - actualy there will be 2 possibilities to signon: normal and by clickiing facebook connect button

users(username,password) table will be related to a new table Facebook_Users(Name,email)

you could complete profile table with data from facebook after login etc



victorantos
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ok, now it's 2010, and not any move for FB connect
jax
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I'm working on this now. If someone can help me with this post  I can finish the integration!
victorantos
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facebook connect does not provide anymore user email address,

so the only things we could get from FB are

string name
long facebookuserId
and a permanent sessionKey I believe

and some profile data, like location,date of birth etc.
jax
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victorantos wrote:

facebook connect does not provide anymore user email address,



Facebook Connect doesn't but the Graph API does! That's what I am working with and you can get a suprising amount of other user data too, basically everything and post to the users profile and news feeds etc.
6GhosT9
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Ok, so how things are going with FB/YAF integration? The only thing I found is this topic, which seems to still be an open book.

Anyone managed to integrate FB Connect with YAF?
jax
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6GhosT9 wrote:


Anyone managed to integrate FB Connect with YAF?



Not FB Connect but FB Grpah API yes I've managed to get that working but it is not yet fully tested. I should have some time for this later in the week and then I'll shared the code 🙂
6GhosT9
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Great news! Can't wait to see that workin'! 😉
joiseystud
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jax wrote:

6GhosT9 wrote:


Anyone managed to integrate FB Connect with YAF?



Not FB Connect but FB Grpah API yes I've managed to get that working but it is not yet fully tested. I should have some time for this later in the week and then I'll shared the code :)


Is this released now? This is very exciting.
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