Module Facebooker::Rails::ProfilePublisherExtensions
In: lib/facebooker/rails/profile_publisher_extensions.rb

Methods

Public Instance methods

render an error while publishing the template This can be used for validation errors

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# File lib/facebooker/rails/profile_publisher_extensions.rb, line 23
      def render_publisher_error(title,body)
        render :json=>{:errorCode=>1,:errorTitle=>title,:errorMessage=>body}.to_json
      end

render the interface for a publisher. fbml is the content in string form. Use render_to_string to get the content from a template publish_enabled controlls whether the post form is active by default. If it isn‘t, you‘ll need to use fbjs to activate it comment_enabled controls whether to include a comment box

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# File lib/facebooker/rails/profile_publisher_extensions.rb, line 16
      def render_publisher_interface(fbml,publish_enabled=true,comment_enabled=false)
        render :json=>{:content=>{:fbml=>fbml,:publishEnabled=>publish_enabled,:commentEnabled=>comment_enabled},
         :method=>"publisher_getInterface"}
      end

render the response for a feed. This takes a user_action object like those returned from the Rails Publisher For instance, AttackPublisher.create_attack(@attack) The template must have been registered previously

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# File lib/facebooker/rails/profile_publisher_extensions.rb, line 30
      def render_publisher_response(user_action)
        render :json=>{:content=> {
            :feed=>{
              :template_id=>user_action.template_id,
              :template_data=>user_action.data
            }
          },
          :method=>"publisher_getFeedStory"
        }
      end

returns true if Facebook is requesting the interface for a profile publisher

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# File lib/facebooker/rails/profile_publisher_extensions.rb, line 7
      def wants_interface?
        params[:method] == "publisher_getInterface"
      end

[Validate]