Archive for the ‘Facebook Development’ Category

Wordpress Blog Crossposting to Facebook

Thursday, April 14th, 2011

Let’s finally unite WordPress blogs facilities with the social networking site Facebook. As a matter of fact not infrequently blog’s users are Facebook account holders at the same time. Linking of these two online resources will definitely be very convenient as the authors of WordPress posts will be able to promote their WP posts straight to Facebook pages without delay and receive estimation or better to say an assessment of their work at once from a larger quantity of people. (more…)

Design Guide: The Like Button Style For Your Website

Monday, March 28th, 2011

If you are a Facebook account holder, then pressing the Like button will cause the appearance of the data marked with this Like button on the wall of your profile page. Your Facebook friends will also be familiarized with the contents behind the mentioned button. In the meantime the original button’s owner becomes enabled to publish updates of news feed concerning the Liked object to the user hereafter.


New Batched Requests For Facebook Developers

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2011

Application developers are now provided with a new tool by the social networking site. They are now empowered to batch requests whence it follows that they are allowed to access the Graph API more efficiently. The number of requests possible to be batched comes up to 20. Developers can also batch multiple HTTP methods and FQL queries, and are enabled to order operations to specify connections involved.


New Comments Box Plugin from Facebook

Thursday, March 10th, 2011

Comments Box social plugin on Facebook was considerably changed a short time ago. First of all it performs particular waveforms with the purpose to provide appropriate remarks. Besides the new system empowers the admins to delete indecent and unbecoming comments. Act of logging by users to plugin either through the social network or Yahoo! brings about announcement of user’s remarks on the wall.

Facebook is Planning to Deprecate FBML and Allow Iframe Page Tab Apps

Monday, February 14th, 2011

According to a recent statement of Facebook developers, FBML and FBJS will be depreciated since March 11, 2011 and Page tab applications are going to be built and implemented using iframes. Both canvas and tab applications are supposed to be built on the same programming model. In addition to that iframes will allow integrating social plugins and the Graph API into tab apps.


HTML5 for Game Developers on Facebook

Friday, February 11th, 2011

Lately one of the co-founders of Walletin, named Cory Ondrejka, joined Facebook. He seems to be getting on a treat because the platform’s advocate of HTML5 is going forward. The object pursued by Facebook is to incline developers to choose HTML5 over building native iOS or Android apps. Pursuing of this goal allows the company to avoid relatively closed intermediate members like Apple when it intend to introduce new platform functionality or bring products like Credits to mobile games.