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-Sample E-Commerce App
+[Sample E-Commerce App]
Highlights use of custom open graph to share purchases and coupon redemptions
back to your friends.
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Buying a product generates a "purchased" story. If you enter in a working
coupon code, a "redeem" coupon story is also generated.
-How to install:
+[How to install]
- 1) Goto https://developers.facebook.com/apps and create a new app.
- 2) Give your app a namespace, in this example we used "carshoppe" but it
- should be something different.
- 3) Create the app using the Heroku cloud service provider and select node.js
- 4) If you have not setup a Heroku account before, follow the instructions that
- Heroku will email you.
- 5) Verify that your Heroku auto-created sample app works.
- 6) Back in the configuration of your app, create two objects types "Car Part"
- and "Coupon".
- 7) Create an action type called "Purchase" that is connected to "Car Part".
- 8) Create an action type called "Redeem" that is connected to "Coupon".
- 9) Copy the files from this Shoppe sample app, and overwriting any files from
- the Heroku sample app.
-10) Edit web.js and replace thw two instances of "carshoppe" with the namespace
- you chose in step 2.
-11) Check in your code, and push the changes to Heroku.
-12) Enjoy.
+1. Goto https://developers.facebook.com/apps and create a new app.
+2. Give your app a namespace, in this example we used "carshoppe" but it should be something different.
+3. Create the app using the Heroku cloud service provider and select node.js
+4. If you have not setup a Heroku account before, follow the instructions that Heroku will email you.
+5. Verify that your Heroku auto-created sample app works.
+6. Back in the configuration of your app, create two objects types "Car Part" and "Coupon".
+7. Create an action type called "Purchase" that is connected to "Car Part".
+8. Create an action type called "Redeem" that is connected to "Coupon".
+9. Copy the files from this Shoppe sample app, and overwriting any files from the Heroku sample app.
+10. Edit web.js and replace thw two instances of "carshoppe" with the namespace you chose in step 2.
+11. Check in your code, and push the changes to Heroku.
+12. Enjoy.
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