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Hi,

I am planning to develop app which will integrate into facebook account of user and act as agent. The task of agent is to listen user account and how welcome message for users. If viewer is logged in then it will display message like welcome John otherwise it will display message like welcome guest.

Someone told me that it is illegal to write on user account page. But, I can check it further or u can guide me better.

I am not looking for exact answer but I need guideline.

Please guide me if it is possible.

Thanks
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Start your learning adventures here:
https://developers.facebook.com/docs/
https://developers.facebook.com/docs/facebook-login/
https://developers.facebook.com/docs/graph-api/common-scenarios/

While it appears that there is no .NET SDK, you may still find some value in the other SDK examples.
https://developers.facebook.com/docs/other-sdks

Technically speaking there is no such thing as a "logged in user."  There are only client requests that present the correct request data.  Usually this data is presented in the form of a cookie.  This article gives the background you need to understand HTTP client/server applications.  It may be slanted more toward PHP than toward .NET but the principles of the client/server relationship will hold true.

Best of luck with your project! ~Ray
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