Book Chapter for Facebook Application Development : Learn By Video

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Facebook Application Development: Learn By VideoIt has been a crazy couple of months! In October I finally sorted myself out and have purchased my own property and I have also been working on some large scale projects including an international iPad optimised website for HBO and bacon sarnie event for Warner Brothers – don’t ask! I will blog about some things I learned building these projects in due course.

I have also been working on a book chapter with my friend and colleague Robert Turrall on building an AMFPHP gateway and running it to communicate with a Flash application inside of Facebook. The whole course is run as an informative video that takes you through how to build and deploy Facebook applications using the Graph API. Something with which me and Rob work with on an everyday basis. Not only is it available for download, it has also been published and you can pre-order it here. This is my first (and hopefully not my last) book chapter and I am excited to see how it does and if people find it helpful! If you have any questions regarding the book chapter or anything else, please do not hesitate to use my comment stream below.

I have also been very busy working on an international website for a very popular HBO show with friend and colleague Kevin Young that includes HTML5 video and audio, writing javascript to determine screen orientations for tablet and mobile devices. It was also a great way to see how my tried and trusted framework worked with some new technologies and the results were great.

I will update this blog post as and when the website is made live and keep checking the site for any updates for my book chapter!

In addition to this and at this time of writing I have also built an application that tracks tweets around three city’s for the film The Hangover Part II – check it out here!

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