doesnt the fb as3 api have classes that handle the return results and give it to you in a meaningful format so you dont have to do all the parsing yourself?
arrays, or my code is wrong. I'm hoping that the code is wrong, and that someone can correct it.
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Best bet just do a break point in your photos callback and see what properties are available in the result Object and parse from there.
Not sure if I used the same facebook api but the one I used had a set of Objects that had the appropriate properties to cast the result object to.
If there is a list of objects to which I can cast the Objects returned from the
calls to Facebook.api that would be fantastic, but I haven't found it.
I'm using GraphAPI_Web_1_5.swc. Latest and greatest with the most
recent version of Flex. It seems silly to use the deprecated approach,
except that I can find no working code examples for the new approach
that handle this case.
I can't set a breakpoint since this is a web application running on a
I suppose I can write an identical Air application, run it on my decktop,
and debug that. Oi.