Introducing the Facebook Solution Framework (FSF) Starter Edition

I am very pleased to announce the second release in my series of products aimed to assist .NET Developers with building apps on the Facebook Platform. Introducing the Facebook Solution Framework (FSF) Starter Edition. The Facebook Solution Framework (FSF) Starter Edition is a full-featured, mobile-friendly, ASP.NET web application template with core Facebook Platform integration.  Rather…

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Introducing the Facebook Solution Framework (FSF) NuGet Package

I am very pleased to announce the release of the Facebook Solution Framework (FSF) NuGet package. The Facebook Solution Framework (FSF) NuGet Package for .NET contains everything you need to build Facebook Apps for web or mobile platforms. Easily integrate Facebook Login, Account Kit (Email / SMS), Graph API, Mutual Friends, Publish Actions, Pages API…

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7 Steps to Getting Started with Facebook App Development

Later this year I will be self-publishing my first book, ‘Facebook App Development with ASP.NET and Azure’.  The book will provide in-depth coverage of building world-class web and mobile apps that fully leverage the Facebook Platform and Microsoft Technologies.  In preparing to do so I will also be releasing an initial Guide and eBook which…

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Automate Posts to Facebook Fan Page with .NET and Microsoft Azure

Download the sample project on GitHub  |  Follow me on Twitter at @nickpinheir Thus far in my Facebook Development blog series we have covered a number of topics.  We have covered Facebook Login, which provides the underpinnings for all subsequent Facebook integration.  We have covered how to capture a user’s profile information and more importantly…

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Publish to Facebook with ASP.NET Web Forms

Download the sample project on GitHub | Follow me on Twitter at @nickpinheir In a previous post, ‘Facebook Login with ASP.net Web Forms’, I covered social login, OAuth and accessing a user’s public profile information.  Following that post I published ‘Get User’s Email Address from Facebook with ASP.net Web Forms’ where I covered the addition of the…

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Get User’s Email Address from Facebook with ASP.NET Web Forms

Download the sample project on GitHub | Follow me on Twitter at @nickpinheir In my previous post, ‘Facebook Login with ASP.net Web Forms’, I covered social login, OAuth and accessing a user’s public profile information.  Incorporating these core functions into your web app opens the door to a world of possibilities.  You now have the necessary…

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Facebook Login with ASP.NET Web Forms

01/04/18 – Facebook Login should now be implemented using the new ‘Facebook Solution Framework (FSF) NuGet Package for .NET’.   Documentation for the NuGet Package can be found at: http://www.modernappz.com/products/fsf/nuget/   02/28/15 – One of the core functions of any modern app is the ability to leverage Social Authentication (also known as Social Login).  Social login…

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Build a SharePoint Hosted App to access list data in your Host Web using the REST API in 10 Easy Steps

One of the most widely used features of SharePoint Online is the ability to create and easily store data in a list.  In just a few clicks you are able to create a data store which is integrated with various actions: creating views, sharing, following, managing permissions, running workflows, exporting to Excel, opening with Access,…

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eBook: Delivering Modern Apps as a Service with Microsoft Azure

Happy New Year!  As you may have noticed I’ve been on a bit of a hiatus from blogging over the past year or two.  However, I think I have very good reason.   Over the last few years I have been actively working on building a SaaS (Software as a Service) based solution on Microsoft Azure. …

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Product Line Architecture (PLA) Team Blog Released (Currently for SharePoint 2013, Exchange 2013 & Lync 2013)

If over the years you’ve researched best practices for deploying one of our technologies into your own Enterprise, Small Business or the like and have asked, “How would Microsoft deploy this technology?” or “how would Microsoft do it?”,  you will now soon have access to the answer.  Microsoft is in the process of introducing the…

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