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NAME ^

Facebook::Graph::AccessToken - Acquire an access token from Facebook.

VERSION ^

version 1.1000

SYNOPSIS ^

 my $fb = Facebook::Graph->new(
    secret      => $facebook_application_secret,
    app_id      => $facebook_application_id,
    postback    => 'https://www.yourapplication.com/facebook/postback',
 );
 my $token_response_object = $fb->request_access_token($code_from_authorize_postback);

 my $token_string = $token_response_object->token;
 my $token_expires_epoch = $token_response_object->expires;

DESCRIPTION ^

Allows you to request an access token from Facebook so you can make privileged requests on the Graph API.

METHODS ^

new ( [ params ] )

params

A hash or hashref of parameters to pass to the constructor.

app_id

The application id that you get from Facebook after registering (http://developers.facebook.com/setup/) your application on their site. Required if you'll be calling the request_access_token, convert_sessions, or authorize methods.

code

An authorization code string that you should have gotten by going through the authorize process.

postback

The URI that Facebook should post your authorization code back to. Required if you'll be calling the request_access_token or authorize methods.

secret

The application secret that you get from Facebook after registering your application. Required if you'll be calling the request_access_token or convert_sessions methods.

uri_as_string ()

Returns the URI that will be called to fetch the token as a string. Mostly useful for debugging and testing.

request ()

Makes a request to Facebook to fetch an access token. Returns a Facebook::Graph::AccessToken::Response object.

build ()

Checks for either access_token or code and dies if has neither.

LEGAL ^

Facebook::Graph is Copyright 2010 - 2012 Plain Black Corporation (http://www.plainblack.com) and is licensed under the same terms as Perl itself.

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