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RestFB is a pure Java Facebook Graph API client with no external dependencies.
RestFB uses other open-source software - see the
RestFB itself is open source software released under the terms of the MIT License.
RestFB is a single JAR - just drop it into your app and you're ready to go. Download it from Maven Central:
and the jars will be built and can be found in the
We provide well-curated documentation with many code examples. These are all clearly commented and give a good overview of the functionality RestFB provides.
Additionally, you can take a look at the integration tests here on GitHub. Some interesting use cases are exercised there and you can get a good idea of the different features that are provided by RestFB.
There is also the example project on GitHub. It contains a suite of tools that can be triggered via Maven calls. Additionally, for the fetching and publishing example, you can find a JavaFX code sample, that shows how you can use an embedded browser to fetch a user access token.
You like RestFB and you like to support the development, but you cannot contribute any code? Then we have good news for you. We added the sponsor button to this repository, and you can join the list of sponsors with a simple click.
Please check the different tiers. We have a suitable for everyone. Depending on the tier, you even get a place on the official RestFB website with your name, company logo, link and more.