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The Facebook, Twitter and Google plus data are available publicly in Json format, we can use some information to easily display number of likes, followers and circle counts in plain text. I wanted to include Feedburner Subscriber count code too, but too bad Google has decided to put an end to Awareness API, without it we can not display subscriber count in plain text.
Everyone knows how important role Twitter can play to bring new visitors to your site, and Tweet to unlock can only amplify the whole thing by requiring visitors to Tweet about your page in order to unlock the downloadable items or premium content. In this tutorial article, let’s create simple “Tweet to Unlock” feature for your web page using jQuery Ajax and PHP.
What can please you more when you can just copy and paste necessary PHP functions directly in your projects, without wading through tons of snippets, that’s just one less headache for you. Here’s the collection of some practical PHP snippets collected from web, you can just copy and paste them in your projects.
Implementing Google login system in your website is very easy with OAuth2 support, a simple and standard authorization method. With minimal line of PHP codes, we can acquire required user information from Google, and use the information to register or login users on click of a button. In this article let us learn to easily register/login users using Google PHP API library and MySQL.
Since I wrote tutorial Post to Facebook Page Wall, few people have asked me to write a tutorial that will post messages on Group wall as well. If you look at previous examples, you should be pretty clear how everything works, posting message or link works very similar way as before, by issuing HTTP POST request to the GROUP_ID/feed.