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When developing desktop applications that interacts with Facebook you have to implement the login flow your self. After the login flow completes you can use the normal Facebook SDK libraries by supplying it with the access token your received. When implementing the login flow you have to make sure that you receive the access you requested. You c…
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Facebook-API-login-flow-for-desktop-application

When developing desktop applications that interacts with Facebook you have to implement the login flow your self. After the login flow completes you can use the normal Facebook SDK libraries by supplying it with the access token your received. When implementing the login flow you have to make sure that you receive the access you requested. You can get a partial approval by the user and not be able to access all the scopes you need. In this example I have implemented the Facebook login flow into a C# .Net desktop application.

Read more about the code: https://www.hackviking.com/development/facebook-api-login-flow-for-desktop-application

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