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Admin14.07.2021

logo/fbfordevelopers

"92a2b2e351f2b0b3503b2de251132f47" The response to this API call depends on where someone is in the authorization flow.
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Admin22.07.2021

logo/fbfordevelopers

According to the , the logo should always be either white or Facebook blue 1877F2.
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Admin05.08.2021

logo/fbfordevelopers

This feature allows people to log into devices with limited input or display capabilities such as smart TVs, digital photo frames, or Internet of Things devices.
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Admin02.07.2021

logo/fbfordevelopers

After the person clicks Continue, your device can then show a great, personalized experience.
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Admin01.07.2021

logo/fbfordevelopers

If your access token is invalid, your device should delete the token from its memory and obtain a new token.
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Admin31.07.2021

logo/fbfordevelopers

Display the Code When someone clicks the call-to-action, your device makes a call to Facebook's API which returns a code.
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Admin30.06.2021

logo/fbfordevelopers

Call-to-Action First consider where in your user experience you want to ask people to log in or connect with Facebook.
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Admin14.06.2021

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The code is between 6 and 12 characters long.
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Admin28.08.2021

logo/fbfordevelopers

You do not need to make an API call to invalidate the access token.
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Admin28.06.2021

logo/fbfordevelopers

For example when a person changes their Facebook password their access token is invalidated.
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Admin03.08.2021

logo/fbfordevelopers

Display this confirmation on your device until the person clicks a Continue button.
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Admin21.07.2021

logo/fbfordevelopers

Slow down the polling to the interval specified in the first API call.
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