All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘operation developer love’

Facebook Retires The REST API For New Apps

In late 2011, Facebook said that it would retiring the REST API to focus all of its efforts on the Graph API. Developers had over a year to make the jump, and now Facebook is finally pulling the plug. Facebook announced today that the REST API no longer available for new apps. Going forward, all new apps on Facebook must …

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Facebook Changes Image Requirements For The New News Feed

In early March, Facebook introduced its new News Feed to the world. The new News Feed puts much more of an emphasis on consuming content with larger pictures among other changes. Facebook has already given developers a few tips on how to get the most out of it, but now it’s starting to dole out the rules and regulations for …

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New Facebook Games Section For Timeline Goes Live

At GDC yesterday, Facebook unveiled the Games Developer Center. The hub promises to contain all the information a game developer needs to make games for Facebook or Facebook integrated games for mobile devices. That wasn’t the only announcement, however, as Facebook is also bringing games to the newly redesigned timeline. Facebook announced that it will begin rolling out the new …

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Facebook Updates Its Developer Payment Policy

Are you a new developer hoping to cash in on Facebook games? If so, Facebook has made some recent changes to its developer payment registration that you will need to be aware of. As part of its weekly Operation Developer Love update, Facebook says that it has updated its policy for developer payment registration. The social network says that any …

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Facebook Adds Search Results Tab To App Insights

Over the past few months, Facebook has added a number of metrics to App Insights. It’s invaluable data that allows developers to analyze where traffic is coming from, and where they can capitalize on said traffic. Now Facebook is adding a new metric that may prove very important as Graph Search gets into the hands of more people. Facebook announced …

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Facebook App Center Gets New Game Categories

Facebook’s App Center launched in May of last year, and has already proven successful in driving more installs than the old games dashboard. Now the social network is adding more discovery options so even more developers have a better chance of being spotted by players. Facebook announced that it was adding new and updated game categories to App Center to …

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Facebook Login Can Now Keep Kids Out Of Your Age Restricted App

Do you operate an age restricted app or Web site? Do you wish you could use Facebook Login while keeping underage users out? If you answered yes, Facebook has just the thing for you in this week’s Operation Developer Love update. Facebook announced that Open Graph has now been updated with age range. The feature has been available for apps …

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Facebook Modifies Its Public App Metrics Reporting

Facebook may not be at CES, but the social network is busy readying its own announcement for next week. We don’t know what the company will be announcing, but it has one announcement this week to tide you over. In its weekly platform update, Facebook announced that it is changing how its API reports public app usage metrics. For the …

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Facebook Lumps Breaking Changes Into Single Quarterly Updates

For the past two years, breaking changes introduced to Facebook have been on a three month schedule with new changes announced each month. Developers had 90 days to implement the changes before they became permanent fixtures of the Facebook development platform. 2013 is bringing a new change to that schedule that will give developers more time to address these breaking …

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Facebook Graph API Gets New Page Metrics

Facebook has been on a quest – to make the Graph API the best it can be. In that tireless pursuit, the social network has added a number of new features and functionality to the API to help developers get the most out of Facebook. The latest update to the API isn’t groundbreaking, but it will be useful nonetheless. The …

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Facebook Adds New Methods For Driving Traffic To Apps

The past few weeks have been rather slow for Facebook’s Operation Developer Love updates. It almost seemed like the love was slowly fading away, but the social network came back in force last night with an update full of new features. First up, Facebook app developers now have the ability to link their app page with the app details page …

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Facebook Announces Breaking Changes For March

You’ll have to forgive the Facebook team this week. There’s not really much of an Operation Developer Love update presumably due to the team being in Paris this week for the LeWeb 2012 conference. With that being said, the social network did outline the next group of breaking changes that will be going into effect in March of next year. …

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