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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Open Graph’

Open Graph Gets Mobile Insights From Facebook

Open Graph is the best possible way for publishers and brands to reach an audience on Facebook. The only problem is that Insights for Open Graph are only available for desktop apps. There hasn’t been a dedicated mobile solution until now. Facebook announced today as part of its weekly Operation Developer Love that insights for Open Graph “publishes, impressions and …

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Facebook Introduces Developer Alerts For Apps

Any Facebook developer will tell you that that platform moves pretty quickly. The team at Facebook is constantly improving and iterating the platform, and that may introduce some breaking changes into apps. Developers need to keep on top of these changes, but it’s not exactly convenient in the current set up. Facebook has heard the plight of the developer, and …

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Facebook Graph API Now Supports In-Game Groups

The past week has been relatively slow in the world of Facebook development. When that happens, there’s a good chance that the weekly Operation Developer Love update will be bursting at the seams with new features and updates. Facebook didn’t disappoint as this week’s update is full of new features that developers will want to start trying out. The Graph …

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Facebook Details Breaking Changes For February

Facebook’s weekly Operation Developer Love is a great way to keep on top of Facebook development. There’s at least a few new important updates or enhancements each week, but there’s the odd week where nothing happens. Good thing it’s the beginning of the month, and therefore the next list of breaking changes is revealed. Facebook announced today that the November …

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Open Graph Is Still Being Awesome For Apps

Open Graph is arguably Facebook’s most important asset. The social network points to data that shows apps using Open Graph see a huge increase in monthly active users and referrals. In its latest data breakdown, Facebook shows that music on Facebook is growing exponentially thanks to Open Graph. On the developer blog, Facebook said that 62.6 million songs have been …

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Use Your Facebook Data to Smear Yourself with a Negative Political Ad (It’s Fun, I Promise)

There’s a new project out from PBS NewsHour that allows anyone to create political ads for themselves with Facebook data. It’s called Ad Libs, and it’s a fun and informative way to show voters exactly how cookie cutter political ads really are. “Do you know how political campaign ads work? How they’re built? What they’re meant to tell you? Most …

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Facebook Details The Latest Open Graph Changes

It was announced yesterday that Facebook would be enacting a number of changes in Open Graph. It would force developers to increase the quality of their apps while increasing user satisfaction across the platform. Facebook now has more details on those changes. During the weekly Operation Developer Love update, Facebook says that developers will have to watch out for three …

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Facebook Hopes To Make Apps Better By Making Open Graph Stricter

One of Facebook’s main strategies moving forward is to increase the number of apps with Facebook integration. This will increase the number of users visiting Facebook, and in turn increase their own advertising potential. That’s why Facebook has been pushing Open Graph, App Center and other developer tools to make sure those apps are the best they can be. The …

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Facebook Skips On Hosting The F8 Conference This Year

An tech company is only as strong as the developers who make apps for their services. That’s why Google, Apple and the rest court developers every year with a big show that touches upon the latest in developing for iOS, Android and the like. Facebook has joined in with this tradition over the past few years with their F8 conference. …

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Custom Facebook Actions Must Now Use The Like Action

The Like button is synonymous with Facebook. It’s the social network’s defining feature. In the past year, people have moved away from the Like button in favor of custom actions. People can now “favorite” or “heart” content they like. Facebook now wants to bring those custom actions back under the Like button. Facebook announced today that all custom actions inside …

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Facebook Improves Their Android SDK

Facebook has recently updated their iOS app and the iOS SDK to improve the performance of both. By all accounts, it seems to be working fine now. Now it’s time for Facebook to fix their Android app and that starts with fixing the Android SDK for developers. As part of the weekly Operation Developer Love update, Facebook announced that they’re …

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Facebook Continues To Improve The Graph API

Facebook needs to continually improve its services so that users, developers and investors remain happy. The social network has given a lot of recent attention to its Open Graph and related services. The trend continues today with an update to the Graph API. Facebook announced three updates to the Graph API today. The company claims that the updates “make it …

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