Java Facebook APIs

Some Java Facebook APIs.  My favourite for ease of use is RestFB. RestFB RestFB is a simple and flexible Facebook Graph API and Old REST API client written in Java.  It is open source software released under the terms of the MIT License. http://www.restfb.com Facebook4J Facebook4J is an unofficial Java library for the Facebook Graph API. Facebook4J is featuring: 100%... Continue Reading →

Eclipse – Set your JRE

Windows Open Eclipse Window -> Preferences -> Java -> Installed JREs Add Navigate to JRE location - C:\Program Files\Java\... Mac Open Eclipse Eclipse -> Preferences -> Java -> Installed JREs Add Navigate to JRE location - /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk1.7.0_40.jdk/Contents/Home Set Java Compliance Level Preferences -> Java -> Compiler Compiler Compliance Level  

Working with Java Facebook APIs

RestFB RestFB is a simple and flexible Facebook Graph API and Old REST API client written in Java. It is open source software released under the terms of the MIT License. http://restfb.com Facebook Graph API https://developers.facebook.com/tools/explorer? Facebook Query Language - FQL Reference https://developers.facebook.com/docs/reference/fql/ Facebook Likes, Reach and Engagement (FAQ) https://www.facebook.com/help/355635011174004/ Facebook Developer Documentation https://developers.facebook.com/docs/ Facebook Technology Partners https://developers.facebook.com/docs/facebook-technology-partners/ Facebook Data... Continue Reading →

Infographics

The following are a group of really useful articles on how to create Infographics and what tools are available to create them: Infographic Discussion 20+ Tools to Create your own Infographics How to Create an Infographic with Keynote How to Create Infographics in Powerpoint 5 Tools for Creating your own Infographics List of Infographics Software... Continue Reading →

Tomcat in Eclipse, set Java Version

Open Eclipse Window -> Show View -> Servers Double click your existing Tomcat Server click 'Open launch configuration' Classpath Bootstrap Entities Remove existing JRE if necessary (click Remove) Advanced -> Add Library -> OK JRE System Library ->  Alternate JRE -> Installed JREs Add -> Standard VM /Library/Java/Java Virtual Machines ... path to jdk  

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