November 21, 2013
November 28, 2012
November 21, 2012
We’ve been gradually rolling out the App Center to ensure a smooth transition for users and developers used to the old Apps and Games dashboard. Based on positive feedback from users and strong performance for developers, today we’re excited to make the App Center available to all Facebook users worldwide.
Last month, we introduced new localization functionality that lets you translate your app’s name, tagline, description and detailed description. Today we’re enabling developers to also upload localized icons, banners and screenshots. Localized images will be displayed to people based on their language setting and will be used across Facebook, including news feed, timeline and App Center. If you don’t provide localized images for a specific language, we will continue to use the images you uploaded for your default language. Check out the docs to learn more about localizing your app.
This week we introduced a small new feature to the Graph API to allow the
ids parameter to contain a JSON-encoded array.
This is useful if you are specifying a series of URLs which could contain commas. For example:
url = 'https://graph.facebook.com/?ids=' + encodeURIComponent(JSON.stringify(['http://www.facebook.com', 'http://developers.facebook.com']));
See the Completed Changes page for more info.
As announced in June, the following breaking changes will go into effect on September 5th, 2012:
Check out the Developer Roadmap for more info.
The following stats are for activity between Wednesday, July 25 and Wednesday, August 1:
Activity on facebook.stackoverflow.com