Over the last few weeks, we have had several questions from developers as to which SDKs we support. We wanted to clarify that we provide support for the following:
- PHP SDK: source & documentation
- iOS SDK: source & documentation
- Android SDK: source & documentation
To report any bugs or issues with any of the above SDKs, please file a report in our Bugs Tool. We apologize for confusion caused by the Issues tabs in GitHub. We do not provide support for this channel and have since removed them from all of our GitHub repositories. We now have a dedicated team of engineers devoted to supporting developers and responding every day to bugs opened via our Bugs Tool
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Throughout this past year, we have deprecated or removed the below SDKs. The fact that we no longer provide an official Facebook SDK for a given language/runtime, does not mean that you cannot write Facebook apps using those technologies. Rather, all of Facebook Platform (Graph API, Dialogs, etc.) can be accessed from any language or runtime with an HTTP library in a simple and straightforward way. In fact, many of our developers forgo our official SDKs completely and just use HTTP. We are simply deprecating these SDKs based on our need to reduce surface area and provide better support. We have no doubt that the various developer communities will create Facebook SDKs for these platforms over time.
- Python SDK: The Python SDK is deprecated. We intend on making the GitHub repository private on April 1, 2012.
- C# SDK: The C# SDK is deprecated. The GitHub repository will be made private on April 1, 2012.
- Facebook iPhone SDK: This SDK is deprecated and replaced by the iOS SDK. We have made the repository private.
Please leave any questions or feedback in the comments below.