Sdks

A software development kit (SDK or "devkit") is typically a set of software development tools that allows for the creation of applications for a certain software package, software framework, hardware platform, computer system, video game console, operating system, or similar development platform.It may be something as simple as the implementation of one or more application programming interfaces (APIs) in the form of some libraries to interface to a particular programming language or to include sophisticated hardware that can communicate with a particular embedded system.
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  • Facebook’s Favorite Hacks of 2016

    …. The integration was contributed to the Nuclide project on GitHub just a few weeks after the hackathon, and the team is still adding new features. Nuclide is built on top of Atom, an open-source desktop text editor. At another hackathon later in the year, a few engineers set out to produce a version of Atom that runs in the browser as a step toward…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 40 readers -
  • Facebook Gameroom Added as Unity Editor Build Target

    …) and GPU (graphics processing unit) native power. The Facebook build target lets you deploy your projects to either the new Gameroom desktop app for Windows as a native Windows player, or to Facebook.com using Unity’s WebGL support. When the Facebook target build is active in the Unity Editor, you can use the Facebook software-development kit…

    David Cohen/ Inside Facebookin Social Facebook- 21 readers -
  • Facebook Login Updated for tvOS, FireTV, Android

    … with the social network’s application via users’ wireless networks, enabling them to sign in to their TV sets with “just a few taps.” Pan also elaborated on the changes to Facebook’s Android SDK: Facebook Lite: In the absence of the Facebook app, we can use Facebook Lite to deliver a two-tap login experience. Over the past few months, we’ve seen a 60…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Facebook- 23 readers -
  • Facebook Customizable Push Campaigns for Apps Are Out of Beta

    … to engage your audience and ensures that your notifications are reaching them. On Android Nougat, your users can now directly interact with and reply from push notifications. This helps support engagement by keeping things simple and fast without the need to switch to another app. Finally, Ni advised interested developers to download and implement Facebook’s iOS or Android software-development kits, and to use the social network’s quick-start guide. Readers: What are your thoughts on push notifications? …

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 18 readers -
  • More New Features for Facebook’s Analytics for Apps

    … Facebook released more new features for its Analytics for Apps: support for web analytics, improved cross-device analytics, user properties and updated sharing insights. The social network introduced Analytics for Apps at F8 in March 2015, and updates have included the addition of custom audiences and lookalike audiences last October…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Social Facebook- 29 readers -
  • Twitter Beta-Testing Way to Attach Ads to Tweets in Third-Party Apps

    … conversations and one of the world’s largest mobile ad exchanges at the same time. Now, with just a few lines of code, you can engage your users with a dynamic timeline of tweets and build your business with native MoPub ads that fit seamlessly into the stories you want to tell. This doesn’t just open up a new canvas for you to monetize: We’ve also taken…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Twitter- 13 readers -
  • Facebook Audience Network Adds Support for Mobile Web

    … ad experiences for the people who visit their mobile websites. Over the past several months, we’ve worked with global mobile web publishers Hearst, Elite Daily, USA Today Sports Media Group, Time Inc. and more, to test the Audience Network for mobile Web in a closed beta. Murphey added that no software-development-kit integration is necessary…

    David Cohen/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 13 readers -
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