Facebook Pages allow businesses to develop their brand, grow their audience and start conversations with customers and people interested in learning more.
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Triggers whenever you or anyone posts to your Page's Timeline.
Triggers when you add a new queue
Uploads a photo to Facebook Page and also posts it to the stream.
Generates a new page "stream" post on a page.
Create a new JSON message using data from the source trigger
Create a new message.
Create a new queue
We can connect the world via social media by using Facebook Page and Amazon SQS. With Facebook Page, people can exchange data among each other at a lower cost. Meanwhile, with Amazon SQS, we can get the result of interaction through event notification. And by integrating both services, we can easily achieve low latency and high throughput.
Here is a scenario of integration between Facebook Page and Amazon SQS. When someone like our page, our page will post a message to the user’s wall. The message has an endpoint to notify the user about a successful operation. In this case, the endpoint is the URL. If a user like our page, he can click the link to view more about our page. This will lead to the next step of integration.
When a user post a message on our wall, our Facebook Page will notify us via webhook. The webhook has an endpoint to send us a message about the success or failure of interacting with our page. This is done by sending a request to the endpoint, and then wait for a response. If it receives no response, it assumes that the request failed due to connection problems or server downtime. If it receives a good response, it means that the request was successfully executed and the response represents information about the success or failure of the request. If it receives an error, it means that the request failed.
Here are some benefits of integration between Facebook Page and Amazon SQS:
Low latency. Our page will get notification from users as fast as we can when they like our page or post comments on our page. High throughput. We can handle a lot of messages every second because we only need to process incoming requests one by one instead of all of them at once. Easily scalable. We don’t need to worry about scaling issues because we can just add more servers if needed. Low cost. We don’t need to pay for extra bandwidth since we only need to use HTTP connections.
Facebook Page and AWS SQS provides a reliable way to integrate social media and cloud computing applications so end-users can share information in real-time and get results instantly. It’s easy to scale our spution by adding more servers or increasing computing resources whenever needed.
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