In this mini-series of Premium tutorials, you’ll learn how to use Flash to build a Facebook Graph API application that can create slideshows for your public pages. This second part covers loading album information, and generating and displaying the embed code.
Welcome back to our Facebook Flash application tutorial! In this part, we’re going to continue building the Flash interface for building the Facebook slider. The interface will handle choosing an album for displaying in a Facebook tab.
This application allows you to select a Facebook album or event list from one of your public pages (not your personal profile) and turn it into a slideshow for your page tab. When the users enter your page, they will see photos from your chosen album, with your photo title and description, or event name, date and invites (for the Event tab).
In future parts of this series, we’ll create the actual Flash slider that does just that; meanwhile we’ll create the generator for the embed code that will reside at the Facebook application URL.
You’ll need to be logged in to Facebook in order to see this demo: https://apps.facebook.com/activetuts_tabmaker/
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