OpenSocial Tutorial – Part 5: Listing Gifts You’ve Received

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Him storefronts also shows against him should adjust other funds toss the first reason do is make a small change to and edit XML soda place to insert our list of received gifts is really too small changes one to load funds and want to give to function so we have a request for funds data as well as our own first to modify load funds so that in addition to requesting information on the viewer of your friends as well as the viewer s personal application to the alternate request viewer finds application in next week the same change and give gift so the request early to learn we update our load funds so that in addition to point out information with your viewer finds image of data recorder information on your funding which is the list of gifts and all her friends and dysfunction that iterates through the list defines displays the menu so you may select a front to give a gift to updates the gift list which shows a list of gifts that you ve sent finally calls the new function update received list which shows the list of gifts that you receive from your friends update received list closely parallels up that gift must instead of generating just wants the list of gifts that you sent it iterates through each of your friends pulled out the application data just for the fun specified by reference ID and converts the data that pulls up into a JavaScript object once it has this wasn t just that your friend is giving it iterates through each of them comparing different idea that the gift was sent to majority if the IDs match it adds that gift is a gift that was given to you as the list of gifts that have been given to us and concluded that they are inserted into the page you can see the newly created version art at the display is not just options for sending him storefronts and a list of gifts that we party central principle is to give storefronts and sent us for more information on what you showed you as well as information on the open social API check out the tutorial and under the open social section


~ by bitahatini on March 3, 2009.

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