It was a sunny morning back in August 2008 when Stuzo launched its first-ever experience on a Facebook page for “Gossip Girl.” Back then, our engineers were still coding in Facebook Markup Language, and the creative was constrained to 520 pixels.
Facebook Markup Language will move one step closer to the history books with the start of the new year.
Facebook pulled the plug on Facebook Markup Language (FBML) earlier this year, so why release a page development app called Advanced FBML?
Screw Libyan uprisings, Egyptian democracy, or Charlie Sheen’s crack-fueled #winning (secretly failing) tirades, Facebook is pulling the plug on FBML and that means your Facebook Page could possibly break (at some point in the future)! Here’s what you need to know to survive the tyranny of Facebook!
Facebook has unveiled a more streamlined requests dialogue for developers that promises to also speed things up for end users.