Graph Api

  • What’s New in Facebook Graph API v2.7?

    … Continuous Facebook Live videos and audience restrictions on Facebook Live videos, which were added to the Facebook Live application-programming interface in May, will be added to the social network’s Graph API. Software engineer Steven Elia introduced Graph API v2.7, which will be released this fall, in a blog post, saying that in addition…

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  • All Facebook Pages Can Reply to Comments With Private Messages

    … Facebook introduced the ability for page administrators to reply to comments with private messages in August, and the feature was made available to all pages Wednesday. The social network said when it first announced the feature: Until now, page admins could only respond to customers in the same way that the person reached out to the page…

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  • Facebook Enables Code-Free Upgrade to Graph API v2.0

    … original state). Here’s what will happen after you enable this migration: People who log into your app will see the new Facebook Login dialog, which gives them greater control over what information they share. This means people will be able to decline to grant one or more of the permissions you’re requesting. Only the permissions that remain…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 10 readers -
  • Facebook Beefs Up Its App Install Ads for the Holiday Shopping Season

    … on Facebook has been extended to include Amazon Fire tablets. Just like targeting Apple, Samsung and HTC devices, mobile app advertisers can now reach audiences on Fire tablets. To advertise Amazon Appstore apps on Facebook to Fire tablet users, combine Fire tablet targeting with the “new smartphone and tablet owners” targeting group, which can be found…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social- 12 readers -
  • Facebook Releases Updated Graph API

    … Facebook announced the release of version 2.2 of its Graph API and updated software-development kits for iOS and Android to support the updated application-programming interface, also revealing that its ads API now supports versioning. Software engineer Mahesh Sharma wrote in a post on the Facebook developer blog that applications created…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 22 readers -
  • Comparing the Deep-Linking Strategies of Google, Apple and Facebook

    Better communication between applications will improve the mobile experience. In the past several months, Google, Apple and Facebook have announced deep-linking initiatives that vary based on company goals. In this article we'll discuss the motivations behind them and a brief technical overview of each solution. Google The rise of native mobile apps challenged Google's supremacy on the Web.

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