This multi-part tutorial walks you through building a Facebook integrated Android app.
This tutorial shows you how to implement the Facebook SDK 3.0 for Android to add Facebook features to your game.
This guide will take you through the differences between the SDK 2.0 and the SDK 3.0 to help you update your app.
Facebook Login for Android allows you to obtain an access token to access Facebook services on behalf of a user.
The Login Dialog built into Facebook for Android gives developers a native way to use Facebook Login in their apps without having to make a fast-app-switch to Facebook for Android.
The Facebook SDK for Android provides access to the Feed Dialog, which publishes posts to news feed.
The Facebook SDK for Android provides a method to let you publish stories from your app to a user's timeline.
The Requests Dialog lets you provide basic Facebook functionality in your app with a few lines of code.
The implementation builds on top of Send Requests, adding logic to detect the incoming notification, show the notification and then clear it.
Allows you to link bookmarks, requests, news feed and timeline stories from Facebook in your app.
This doc outlines how to use the SDK to request user data and retrieve user details for fields available via typed access and non-typed access.
FQL, the Facebook Query Language, allows you to use a SQL-style interface to query data exposed by the Graph API.
The Graph API supports batching of requests, so you can specify multiple requests in a single HTTP request.