Testing App Requests in Notifications
Games and applications are core to many people’s experience on Facebook, which is why we’re constantly working to improve how people discover, engage and interact with them. As you may have noticed, we’re testing surfacing new requests in the notification channel to drive engagement and discovery. We are measuring the impact of this short-term test to see if it's something that users enjoy, and we’ll continue to iterate on ways for people to find games and applications.
Whenever we make an intentional breaking change to Platform, we provide a migration to give developers the ability to update and test their applications. You can find all migrations in your application’s advanced settings in the Developer Application.
As of today, the following migrations will be enabled by default for all new applications and will be enabled for all apps on March 10, 2011:
In addition, we are making updates to the following existing migrations:
fb_sigparameters, you can continue using them for the foreseeable future, but you won't get new features nor will the documentation indicate how to use
fb_sig. If you can, we recommend moving to
Open Graph Tags for Video and Audio
We now support the ability to specify a video or audio file associated with an Open Graph object. If you choose to include the new
og:audio tags, thie content you specify will appear in the News Feed when someone likes and comments on your Open Graph page.
Bugzilla activity for the past seven days:
Developer Forum activity for the past seven days:
Paul is excited for his holiday migration this year.