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Facebook and Delphi - Facebook API for Delphi

By July 19, 2011

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in Facebook :: I guess you know what Facebook is? In simple words, Facebook is a social networking website intended to connect friends, family, and business associates. Users of Facebook can share news stories, video, and other files with friends. Here's a Facebook page you should "like" if you are interested in Delphi Programming About.com Delphi Programming on Facebook.

Ok, so now that you know what Facebook is, you probably are asking how can I build a Delphi application to allow me and my friends to "connect" to Facebook more easily :)

You should be looking at the Facebook for Developers - allowing developers, for example, to build "Facebook apps" - web applications that are loaded in the context of Facebook.

Given that Delphi is a Win32 development environment, let's see if there are some libraries to help you build some Facebook apps (or anything Facebook-aware).

Enough to get you started :)

p.s.
If you are aware of more Delphi powered Facebook API code .. so let us know by commenting this post.

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June 14, 2012 at 2:20 pm
(1) Jason Absalom says:

NEW JOB: Delphi Developer 40k Music & Entertainment Industry – London

To apply for this position please email your CV to Jason Absalom at Parham Consulting (jason.absalom@parhamconsulting.com)

Salary: Max 40,000 plus Bonus and good benefits package

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Due to an increased demand for their market-leading product, the world leader in the provision of software solutions to the Music and Entertainment industry needs an experienced Delphi Developer. Additionally, this is a very pleasant working environment casual dress code, laid back and friendly atmosphere and a genuine prospect of cross-training to C# in the future.

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