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Getting Started · Registering an Application with Facebook
This guide walks you through the steps of registering an application to integrate with Facebook.
You perform these steps in your web browser on Facebook.com. Although you won’t be writing code in these steps, you can use a simple utility project to verify that you performed them correctly. Instructions for getting and running the utility are at the end of this guide.
Become a Facebook developer

If you do not already have an account with Facebook, go to http://facebook.com and register.
Then go to http://developers.facebook.com, and click Register Now button at the top of the page.
Facebook walks you through a series of dialogs:
1. Accept the terms: Accept the terms of Facebook’s Platform Policy and Facebook’s Privacy Policy.

2. Verify your account: Provide a mobile number through which Facebook verifies that you’re not using automated means of setting up multiple developer accounts. Facebook texts you a verification code that you enter to proceed with registration.
3. Tell us about you: Provide brief information about yourself as a Facebook application developer.
You might be given the option to receive more text messages. You don’t have to turn this on to register a Facebook app. Click Continue.
4. Congratulations! You’re now a Facebook developer.

After you register as a Facebook developer, you can register a new application

Register a new application
From http://developer.facebook.com, click on “My Apps” at the top of the page to go to the application dashboard. The dashboard shows a list of applications that the developer has created. You haven’t created any applications yet, so the list is empty.

Click the button near the top. A dialog prompts you to name your application.
You can name your application almost anything, although Facebook does apply a few rules. For example, the name can’t contain the words “Face” or “Book”.
You are asked to supply an App Namespace, which is optional. If you supply one, you can later use the App Namespace to define custom Open Graph actions and as part of the application’s Facebook URL (http://apps.facebook.com/{App_Namespace}). Make sure the App Namespace is longer than 7 characters, contains no capital letters, and is unique among all applications on Facebook. Although it’s not required, it’s also probably a good idea to provide a namespace that is similar to the name you gave to your application.

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The app domain is also optional. It’s safest to leave it blank for testing.
Optionally, you can have Facebook automatically arrange hosting for your application at Heroku.
After you click Continue, Facebook performs a Captcha check to verify that you’re not setting up applications through an automated process.

Once you’ve satisfied the verification process, your application is created. The next page you see is your application’s application settings page.

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