Is there documentation somewhere?

Feb 21, 2008 at 4:33 AM
All of my questions continually go unanswered... this makes me sad. :-(

Is there documentation somewhere, that I can read instead?
(Although I don't have much hope that this post will get any responses either...)
Feb 21, 2008 at 6:34 PM
Edited Feb 21, 2008 at 6:34 PM
Not to be snarky, but there is documentation--it's called the code. I've been working with Facebook.NET for about a month now and I've found that it's pretty intuitive as it is. It would be nice if everything was explained in a series of tutorials, but there's just one guy doing this.

Between the code, these forums, and the following blog entries, you should be able to get up and running:

http://www.marketing-ninja.com/?p=194
http://www.marketing-ninja.com/?p=214
http://www.marketing-ninja.com/?p=258
http://www.marketing-ninja.com/?p=265

Bill
Feb 21, 2008 at 6:38 PM
If your post doesn't get a lot of response, maybe it's because you're asking a lot.

This FREE code and the forums here at CodePlex are the result of many hours of work and organization. If there's not enough documentation for you, you'll just have to figure it out. You would be doing a lot more of that if there wasn't this FREE library available.

Don't look a gift horse in the mouth, man.
Feb 21, 2008 at 6:41 PM

jgr4 wrote:
This FREE code and the forums here at CodePlex are the result of many hours of work and organization. If there's not enough documentation for you, you'll just have to figure it out. You would be doing a lot more of that if there wasn't this FREE library available.


While we're trotting out stock replies to such whines, I'll throw out the old chestnut of "if the documentation is insufficient, contribute better documentation yourself." In this case, there's a wiki just waiting for content. If you put up incorrect information, we'll correct it. I know I will.

Bill
Feb 22, 2008 at 12:49 AM
Thank you for those links wcbrown.

But it stands to reason that I'd get responses to this post. (rolls eyes)

jgr4, fyi I'm not ungrateful for the work that's been/being done and my comments weren't even aimed at the developer(s), but rather this community. If you don't know an answer, that's fine, but at the very least someone could comment in the various posts with at least an "I don't know either... I've tried X but that didn't work."

In this way, at least we'd know that path X has been traveled down.

wcbrown, as I learn more and get things accomplished, I have every intention of giving back. It's just that right now I can't even get some of the most basic functionality going and it'd be great to at least know someone else read my posts and feels my pain.
Feb 22, 2008 at 2:07 PM

TMC wrote:
wcbrown, as I learn more and get things accomplished, I have every intention of giving back. It's just that right now I can't even get some of the most basic functionality going and it'd be great to at least know someone else read my posts and feels my pain.


Okay, I went and posted to your threads. Now get things figured out and let's build a community, eh?

Bill