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"Flex Widgets" are usually desktop applications and not browser content.
If this is what you mean, you cann not really do as you wish.
Instead, you need to add some content that runs in the user's browser.
You'd embed a Flex app in a web page just as you would any Flash content, basically. Flex compiles to a SWF file, which runs in the Flash player. As long as facebook allows you to add Flash content, you should be just fine.
FYI- a Flex "widget" usually refers to a stand-alone desktop application created in Flex, but compiled to run in Adobe AIR, not Flash. Hence the confusion in terminology. I looked at the url you provided and it is simply a SWF file. They are simply saying it can be embedded in a web page which contains other content, and this is true.
Just remember: Normal Flex applications run in a web browser, AIR applications do not. But they both are created in Flex.
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