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PHP 5 Social Networking by Michael Peacock

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Summary

In this chapter, we have created a groups system that allows users of our social network to create either private or public sections for a sub-set of users to collaborate and communicate within on a number of different issues. We looked at permissions and features available to the creator of the group, as well as the ways in which other members could join the group, either by making them public, private, or private except for member's invitees.

With the final of our user-facing features in place on Dino Space, we can now create an API to allow other services and developers to interact with our social network, and the wealth of features it has to offer.

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