I am testing DataPlugFacebook, but cannot figure out how to call an endpoint. In particular, from the docs, [https://github.com/Hub-of-all-Things/DataPlugFacebook], what should be the ACCESS_TOKEN in following endpoint?
In HAT 2.0, https://github.com/Hub-of-all-Things/HAT2.0, after deployment, a Postgres table named user_access_token is created and I successfully used the values in that table for testing HAT API (http://hub-of-all-things.github.io/doc/).
Similarly, in the case of DataPlugFacebook, should there be a table/collection storing access_tokens?
I tried this way, but I failed: I ran HAT 2.0, and at the same time, used values of its user_access_token table to test DataPlugFacebook
In addition, DataPlugFacebook uses Mongoldb rather Postgres. Any reasons for this?
For getting data from different sources, I know Apache Camel is a good option, http://camel.apache.org/components.html. What do you think if we can leverage on this tool.
Finally, if I am not wrong, this forum is based on discourse, discourse.org/. If so, it would be nice to enable user login with an Google account. This is a built-int feature of discourse.
Sorry for a long message.