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Posting a picture to facebook

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I would like to build a csript which can upload a photo to facebook. But not by clicking on the browse button or antyhing.

I want it to happen invisibly. The user should be able to use the system without any issues.

 

Is it even possible?

 

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7 hours ago, wwwwww said:

I want it to happen invisibly.

Is it even possible?

No, it is not.

But you can develope a console application which interacts with a browser window that enable the user to login and set the right permission to your app.

You can try tons of material on the FB Dev Network, you are interested in Graph API part, avoid the SDKs one.

From https://developers.facebook.com/docs/sharing/web:

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In rare instances, you may need other methods. If you want to let someone post a plain text status update without a link attachment, you should use the Feed dialog. If you're sharing photos or videos rather than links, you will need to create a custom interface that lets people post to their own timeline, which requires implementing Facebook Login and requesting the publish_actions permission. For more info see Publishing with the Graph API.

 

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not use apidevelopers sir
i ask use IE

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not yet sir
because i want study make a program,

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This doesn't make much sense to me, so again, please explain what it is you want to do before continuing this thread.

Jos


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