Facebook::Graph::Authorize - Authorizing an app with Facebook
my $fb = Facebook::Graph->new( secret => $facebook_application_secret, app_id => $facebook_application_id, postback => 'https://www.yourapplication.com/facebook/postback', ); my $uri = $fb->authorize ->extend_permissions(qw( email publish_stream )) ->set_display('popup') ->uri_as_string;
Get an authorization code from Facebook so that you can request an access token to make privileged requests. The result of this package is to give you a URI to redirect a user to Facebook so they can log in, and approve whatever permissions you are requesting.
A hash or hashref of parameters to pass to the constructor.
The application id that you get from Facebook after registering (http://developers.facebook.com/setup/) your application on their site.
The URI that Facebook should post your authorization code back to.
Ask for extra permissions for your app. By default, if you do not request extended permissions your app will have access to only general information that any Facebook user would have. Returns a reference to self for method chaining.
An array of permissions. See http://developers.facebook.com/docs/authentication/permissions for more information about what's available.
Returns a URI string to redirect the user back to Facebook.
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