Tags > fbmlBy Andy Oram
April 24, 2009
MySQL conference wrap-up: Flash, cloud computing, managing large installations, the value of community, and how to fumble your way to winning the presidency.By Rick Jelliffe
March 26, 2009
Is this some new stage of XML's ubiquity, where XML is such a given it does not even need to be stated, let alone explained. As near as I can work out, FBML is designed to look like XML but not necessarily be well-formed. But I really don't know...Does any reader have any pointers to better information?By Mary Rotman
August 7, 2008
I recently had a chance to ask Jesse Stay, author of FBML Essentials a few questions about his book and just why it's so important right now. His book revolves around the fundamentals of the Facebook Markup Language--Facebook's version of HTML--which makes it easy to develop applications specifically for Facebook. If you can think of a niche that hasn't yet been filled in the Facebook application world, but don't quite know how to build one yourself, then this book is for you. Keep reading to see why Jesse wrote this book, as well as how you can win your own copy of this essential reference.
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