Talk:How to connect to Facebook using CodenameOne on Series 40

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Mfabiop - Article name

Hi FishFishB,

I've put a reference to CodenameOne in the Abstract. So, the developer can go easily and fast to see what is CodenameOne.

My opinions:

  1. I guess that the 'Summary' section is more like a 'CodenameOne' section, because you only explains about CodenameOne there.
  2. The 'Getting started' section is quite big. You're doing all the job in the 'Getting started'. I guess that it could be split between 2 or more sections.
  3. The links could be in a 'References' section.
  4. I guess that would be better to change the article name to something that starts with "How to...", because in fact, this is s a 'How To' article. Could be "How to connect to Facebook using CodenameOne on S40" or anything else.


PS: I don't know why, but the Content table is missing. Do you know why? Is there a option to enable/disable the content table?

mfabiop 21:38, 24 April 2013 (EEST)

Fishfishb -

Thanks Mfabiop for the feedback I have applied some of it, but I don't think I can change the article name.

fishfishb 20:02, 25 April 2013 (EEST)

Mfabiop - Changing article name


I've already faced this situation and [User:Kiran10182] gave me the tip:

"You can rename the article title by "Move" action. You will find a drop down list next to Eye icon which is next to "History". Just select "Move" from that drop down list and then you will be able to rename the article."


mfabiop 20:31, 25 April 2013 (EEST)

Fishfishb -

thanks, changed the article to your suggestion it does make more sense.

fishfishb 21:44, 25 April 2013 (EEST)

Hamishwillee - Review/subedit


I've given it a subedit for wiki style and English. We tend to use bold for button presses and Icode for inline code, along with the code java specified for code blocks. Renders much more attractively - check it out (you can find our more about our style here: Help:Wiki Article Review Checklist). Note also the branding - it is Series 40, not "S40".

I added the devices you tested this against as Asha 311. Have you tried it on any others? Do you know if CodenameOne can be used on earlier Series 40 platforms?

In terms of "room for improvement", it would be really helpful if you could add zip file containing a buildable project that demonstrates this. Over time we've found that this can really help users - if for some reason it doesn't work in future at least testing starts from a base where we know that the problem isn't due to some copy-paste error in code. Do you think you could create such a project?

This certainly is a neglected area in working with Series 40 and this looks like a very helpful article! Thanks.

Regards Hamish

PS Your profile is empty - if you are happy to make it public you update the summary here https://www.developer.nokia.com/Profile/ and in the "privacy" link select that you're happy to have it visible

hamishwillee 03:11, 29 April 2013 (EEST)

Mfabiop - Series 40

Thanks for the tip Hamish,

I've just puslished an article about Series 40, but I used "S40". I'm going to fix it right now.



mfabiop 03:38, 29 April 2013 (EEST)

Fishfishb -

Thanks Hamish for the edits and the tips.

I have already changed my profile to be public and I'll try to build a working version and place it in here.

fishfishb 16:08, 29 April 2013 (EEST)

Hamishwillee - Thank you

You're very welcome for the tips and the subedit. I do like this article!

Looking forward to that zip, and thanks for making your profile public

hamishwillee 04:29, 1 May 2013 (EEST)