OpenSocial Tutorial – Part 2: Listing Friends

(My Original Blog Post: -*http://api-madness.com/post/opensocial-tutorial-part-2-listing-friends/)
Part 2 of 5 videos describing how to build your first OpenSocial application.

Dan Holevoet goes over sample code that shows you how to call the OpenSocial API and list a user’s friends.

The entire tutorial/codelab:

http://code.google.com/apis/opensocial/articles/tutorial


Attention! API Garbage (might be unreadable):

A simple application that gives gifts to our friends at first I need to do data for writing to disk your friends needs no more friends are only use the social API will surprise off the pitch you begin by writing a register almost have a function that calls the function in it which call the function LaFrentz to load or was difference with the LaFrentz function recruit a new open social data request at Intuit request for the viewer and of your friends information and send the request to the open social API where it then calls on LaFrentz was that it has been returned to a LaFrentz function does most of the work he pulls out information on the viewer and of your friends from the data object pushes that list of friends into a list that displays the list off the pitch finally remix and small changes to the gadget XML file allows to insert was difference in the pitch that considered as inaction was deference for more information on what I did more information with social API checkup at the Toronto.google.com to be open social section

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~ by bitahatini on December 12, 2008.

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