This guide assumes familiarity with setting up application susing Facebook Open Graph API in JavaScript, which is explained here: /blog/2010/11/facebook-open-graph-api-authenticating-in-iframe-applications/ Simple List To get the list of friends using Open Graph API, you can call: after the user is authenticated. Example: Note: FB.api(‘/me/friends’, onFriendsListLoaded) sends the request to Facebook and onFriendsListLoaded is the callback function. […]

In this part of the turorial, we will explore how to extend WordPress forms to show new fields in Custom Post Types that we created in the previous part of the tutorial. The previous part of this tutorial can be read here: This part of the tutorial will show you how to create custom […]

The latest Facebook API, dubbed Open Graph API , is a powerful replacement to the old API. However, the documentation (in particular regarding authentication) is not very clear. Hopefully this will help you get up to speed with what it takes to authenticate users. This tutorial assumes that you have already setup your application on […]

Custom Post Types functionality is added in WordPress 3 (it was present in 2.9 but with limited featrues). Broadly speaking, with Custom Post Types, your Posts (also commonly referred as blog-enty” or “blog-post”) are no longer limited to the two predefined types of Post and Page and most likely you end up with the standard […]

Sample WebM Video 2
November 16, 2010

Below is a sample WebM video encoded with Wildform Flix which is a FREE WebM encoder. You need a HTML5 enabled browser and browsers that support WebM videos. And while at it, why not read WebM Overview.   Which browser can see this video? You can use the The latest build of Chrome to view […]

This is a general outline of how to utilize HTML5 Canvas to do animation using the traditional cell-animations, aka: image-strips. Here’s the image that I am using for this example; as you can see, it consists of 8 frames of equal width. It’s an animation of someone walking, shows in a top-down view. To draw […]

Background For an introduction to how to add a basic Facebook Like Button, head over to:  This tutorial build upon that tutorial and shows how you can customize the appearance of the post when someone clicks the Facebook Like button. Introduction In order to control the appearance of the post that appears when someone […]

Flash Gaming Summit returns in February 27 to San Francisco.   If you plan to attend or nominate, you can register on the event site This yearly summit is organized by MochiMedia.

In this tutorial, we will demonstrate methods of saving the content of a HTML5 Canvas object using server side scripting. PHP will be used in this example, but the technique can be applied in other languages as well. This post requires understanding of Javascript, HTML (especially forms and/or AJAX). PHP is used in the example […]


First, get the Facebook code that you’d like to use. There are several variations described here: An example code is shown below (depending on which options you chose, the code may look slightly different: The section to pay attention to is This contains the URL to ‘like,’ and we will modify the value depending […]

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