Facebook announced a flurry of news related to its App Links open, cross-platform solution for application-to-app linking, which it initially debuted at its F8 global developer conference in San Francisco April 30: More than 3 billion unique App Links have been created; an App Links blog has been launched; analytics are now available; Windows Phone support was boosted; and support for the referer_app_link was added for Android.
Facebook announced two changes to its platform policy for developers that will go into effect Nov. 5: Games that include mandatory or optional in-application charges must disclose those charges in their app descriptions, and users must not be offered incentives to use social plugins or like pages.
Facebook-owned cloud-application platform Parse announced the launch Tuesday of a software-development kit for programming language PHP, marking its first SDK for a server-side language and its first truly open-source SDK.
Facebook introduced App Links, an open, cross-platform solution for application-to-app linking, at its F8 global developer conference in San Francisco April 30, and the social network announced in a developer blog post Tuesday that more than 1 billion unique App Links have been enabled by mobile developers, adding that App Links can now be used in mobile app ads through Preferred Marketing Developers.
Facebook-owned cloud-application platform Parse announced the launch of ParseLoginUI, an open-source library project enabling developers to build login screens on Android apps with the Parse software-development kit.
Applications that work offline? Why not? Parse announced the launch of Parse Local Datastore — a new feature in its software-development kit that allows developers to add a few lines of code to their apps so that they can function without Internet connections — at Facebook’s F8 global developer conference in San Francisco Wednesday.
Developers will soon be able to add like buttons to their applications, as Facebook announced at its F8 global developer conference in San Francisco Wednesday that it has begun testing a like button on iOS apps.
The shortest distance between two points is a straight line, and in the case of deep links within applications, App Links, an open, cross-platform solution for app-to-app linking introduced by Facebook at its F8 global developer conference in San Francisco Wednesday, bypasses mobile browsers as part of its straight line.
Facebook Co-Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg began his keynote address at the F8 global developer conference in San Francisco Wednesday by promising to make the Facebook platform more stable for developers and applications, including a two-year stability guarantee for the social network’s core products, such as Facebook Login, sharing, requests, software-development kits, and frequently used graph application-programming-interface endpoints.