Lack of native Java™ support in the Facebook Platform needn't be an obstacle to building third-party Facebook applications in the Java language. This article shows how to create a Facebook app, implement it in Java, and deploy it on Google's App Engine service.
February 24th, 2012 by Craig Schwarzwald. Creating a Facebook App with Java – Part 1 – Setup and Tool Installation. We’ve all heard of “mobile apps” that are sweeping the internet – stories of developers creating hit apps in their parents basements, or while having coffees at Starbucks.
This is the official Facebook Java app. Facebook claims it’s incompatible with all Boost feature phones and won’t let you download it. However, BoostApps Forum member WyldeChilde tried it on his Incognito and reports that it
The app “Facebook” (149 KB) is ready to download or send to your phone as filename:”facebook341″. Downloading uses paid data. Downloads are for basic phones that support Java ME such as Nokia S40 phones.
Facebook then returns your app's output to the user, wrapped in the Facebook navigation headers, footers and sidebars. First Steps. Writing Facebook applications using Java has proven difficult for many developers.
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Related: E-Commerce major Flipkart has also launched it's JAVA apps. In a move to get even more users (more than 750 Million) on its website, Facebook has launched a new java based mobile application called "Facebook For Every Phone" which offers a fast and comprehensive access to...
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Facebook App details: App ID, App Secret, Canvas Page, and Canvas URL. This information could be found on your app profile page.