Parse Facebook public data into Filemaker

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I need a filemaker script that pull data from a public Facebook url. The script will parse the Facebook content (date, original post in text, number of shares, number of likes and number of comments)

The script will need to parse the data into a table with the next structure:

Table FacebookComments
field commentId (the identifier)
filed fanPage (the url of the page)
field date: (date the html is parsed)
filed comment: (the comment in text)
number of likes
number of comments
number of shares
number of facebook fans in the page

All pages will be public and access by http / https protocol (i.e. [url removed, login to view] )

Also we need the script to be documented in order that we change in the case that Facebook changes its web layout.


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  • zubairtoufiq Profile Picture


    Lahore,  Pakistan

    Hi, I am a PHP Web Application developer having 1 year of expereince from a well known institute in Pakistan. I also have a very good command on HTML, CSS, Java Script, J Querry, AJAX, MySQL.

    PHP, Javascript, XML, and Project Management

  • readerzxy Profile Picture


    Sahiwal,  Pakistan

    readerzxy is a software company established in 2010 having clients from all over the world. We believe in customer driven development and active communication with clients, and understand the changing needs of our customers. Our expertise includes: - Ruby on Rails, NodeJS, PHP, Python - MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB, SQLite - Android, iOS, Web Apps - HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, AngularJS - Bootstrap, Foundation, Material UI, Miniaml UI - Amazon, Heroku, VPS, Linux, BitBucket, Redmine - Git, SVN We're located at Lahore, Pakistan [GMT +5 hours] Regards, readerzxy

    PHP, Java, Javascript, and Python

  • workbeezcom Profile Picture


    Targu Jiu,  Romania


    PHP, C Programming, Javascript, and XML