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Hi All,

I want to integrate my application with Facebook and we have decided to use Spring-Social for the integration.
I have gone through the tutorials and official web site but not able to find any concrete solution. I found one solution with JDBC implementation but I dont want to keep any data in DB.
I have done all the initial setup from Facebook side, like application registration and all. I have all the details with me like appId, appKey etc.

Is anybody know the steps, how to integrate application with Facebook using Spring-Social.


Thanks,
Atul
 
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Atul,
I hope this is not redundant with what you already know, but here goes.  Spring Social Facebook  That is very specific to FaceBook.  It is using their "graph API". Maybe that Graph API will take the place of your database?  Otherwise since you said you wanted "concrete examples", here is a GitHub repo that may do exactly that.

Spring Social on GIT

I hope this helps.
 
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Hi L Foster,

Thanks for your response and help. Yes, I know I need to use graph API if required but there is no need to usse them as spring itself provide  inbuilt API to connect it.
I am almost done with the code and implemented the functionality which I am looking for.
I have used in memory kind of implementation.
I will share the code soon with required changes.

Thanks
Atul
 
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