Facebook Developers

  • News Feed FYI: Giving People More Control Over When They Share from Apps

    … At f8, we introduced new ways for people to control exactly how apps post back to Facebook. We’ve found that stories people choose to explicitly share from third party apps are typically more interesting and get more engagement in News Feed than stories shared from third party apps without explicit action. We’ve also heard that people often feel…

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  • News Feed FYI: Giving People More Control Over When They Share from Apps

    … At f8, we introduced new ways for people to control exactly how apps post back to Facebook. We’ve found that stories people choose to explicitly share from third party apps are typically more interesting and get more engagement in News Feed than stories shared from third party apps without explicit action. We’ve also heard that people often feel…

    Facebook Newsroomin Social- 21 readers -
  • f8 2014: Stability for Developers & More Control for People

    Today we welcomed more than 1,700 developers to f8, our global developer conference in San Francisco. Our mission is to help developers all over the world build, grow and monetize apps across all devices and platforms. Mark Zuckerberg kicked off the day by talking about three themes: Stability for developers: We realize the best way for us to help developers build apps that ...

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  • f8: Helping Grow Mobile Apps with FbStart

    Today, we’re announcing FbStart, a program that provides developers with free tools and services worth up to $30,000 from Facebook and 11 other companies to help startups take off. App developers can apply to participate in FbStart, and if selected, will receive credits for Facebook advertising and Parse, plus free services from companies that deliver product testing, recruiti ...

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  • f8: Helping Grow Mobile Apps with FbStart

    Today, we’re announcing FbStart, a program that provides developers with free tools and services worth up to $30,000 from Facebook and 11 other companies to help startups take off. App developers can apply to participate in FbStart, and if selected, will receive credits for Facebook advertising and Parse, plus free services from companies that deliver product testing, recruiti ...

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