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Facebook PHP SDK 4.0.0 Example
<?php
// include required files form Facebook SDK
require_once( 'Facebook/HttpClients/FacebookHttpable.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/HttpClients/FacebookCurl.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/HttpClients/FacebookCurlHttpClient.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/Entities/AccessToken.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/Entities/SignedRequest.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/FacebookSession.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/FacebookRedirectLoginHelper.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/FacebookRequest.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/FacebookResponse.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/FacebookSDKException.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/FacebookRequestException.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/FacebookOtherException.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/FacebookAuthorizationException.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/GraphObject.php' );
require_once( 'Facebook/GraphSessionInfo.php' );
use Facebook\HttpClients\FacebookHttpable;
use Facebook\HttpClients\FacebookCurl;
use Facebook\HttpClients\FacebookCurlHttpClient;
use Facebook\Entities\AccessToken;
use Facebook\Entities\SignedRequest;
use Facebook\FacebookSession;
use Facebook\FacebookRedirectLoginHelper;
use Facebook\FacebookRequest;
use Facebook\FacebookResponse;
use Facebook\FacebookSDKException;
use Facebook\FacebookRequestException;
use Facebook\FacebookOtherException;
use Facebook\FacebookAuthorizationException;
use Facebook\GraphObject;
use Facebook\GraphSessionInfo;
// start session
session_start();
// init app with app id and secret
FacebookSession::setDefaultApplication( 'xxx','yyy' );
// login helper with redirect_uri
$helper = new FacebookRedirectLoginHelper( 'http://yourwebsite.com/app/' );
// see if a existing session exists
if ( isset( $_SESSION ) && isset( $_SESSION['fb_token'] ) ) {
// create new session from saved access_token
$session = new FacebookSession( $_SESSION['fb_token'] );
// validate the access_token to make sure it's still valid
try {
if ( !$session->validate() ) {
$session = null;
}
} catch ( Exception $e ) {
// catch any exceptions
$session = null;
}
}
if ( !isset( $session ) || $session === null ) {
// no session exists
try {
$session = $helper->getSessionFromRedirect();
} catch( FacebookRequestException $ex ) {
// When Facebook returns an error
// handle this better in production code
print_r( $ex );
} catch( Exception $ex ) {
// When validation fails or other local issues
// handle this better in production code
print_r( $ex );
}
}
// see if we have a session
if ( isset( $session ) ) {
// save the session
$_SESSION['fb_token'] = $session->getToken();
// create a session using saved token or the new one we generated at login
$session = new FacebookSession( $session->getToken() );
// graph api request for user data
$request = new FacebookRequest( $session, 'GET', '/me' );
$response = $request->execute();
// get response
$graphObject = $response->getGraphObject()->asArray();
// print profile data
echo '<pre>' . print_r( $graphObject, 1 ) . '</pre>';
// print logout url using session and redirect_uri (logout.php page should destroy the session)
echo '<a href="' . $helper->getLogoutUrl( $session, 'http://yourwebsite.com/app/logout.php' ) . '">Logout</a>';
} else {
// show login url
echo '<a href="' . $helper->getLoginUrl( array( 'email', 'user_friends' ) ) . '">Login</a>';
}
@SteffanLong
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SteffanLong commented Jun 9, 2014

Why do you create another $session object just to replace the previous one with the exact same fb_token?

Also, may just be personal preference, but shouldn't you getGraphObject typed as a GraphUser object, considering you are accessing /me? Then you have an object, not an array. For example:

$me = (new FacebookRequest(
$session, 'GET', '/me'
))->execute()->getGraphObject(GraphUser::className());

And you really should use Composer, having to manually require 10+ classes is insane. :)

@ucj0219
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ucj0219 commented Apr 18, 2015

github.....

@oasis1992
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oasis1992 commented May 4, 2015

How can I do a logout ?

@marcospgp
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marcospgp commented Jun 26, 2015

Why create a new session if the session is already set, near the end?

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