This week we announced the following:
This week, we released a long-awaited update to our Graph API for Events. Through the Graph API, apps are now able to create, view, delete, and query RSVP status for user events.
See our How-To: Use the Graph API to Manage Events and the documentation for the Graph API Event object for the full details.
With the Facebook Credits migration now complete, we are announcing several upcoming changes to the program in an effort to better support the broader developer ecosystem.
Starting October 14, the following changes will be made to support developers integrating Facebook Credits as a Currency and Facebook Credits as a Payment Method:
During the initial Credits roll out, developers who integrated Facebook Credits as a Currency benefited from early access to these features. Soon, all implementations of Facebook Credits will be able to take advantage of these features.
For additional details, please visit: Facebook Credits.
The following breaking changes are slated to go into effect on the 1st of October:
OAuth 2.0 Migration
Apps on Facebook authentication and security migration
All Canvas and Page tab apps must convert to process signed_request (fb_sig will be removed) and obtain an SSL certificate for use in
Secure Canvas URL and
Secure Page Tab URL (unless you are in Sandbox mode).
Auth 1.0 deprecation
Auth.promotesession, auth.createtoken, auth.expiresession, auth.getsession will be removed on Oct 1st. Details on support for OAuth 2.0.
manage_pages permission required to access user accounts (/me/accounts)
We are modifying access to the FQL page_admin table and the graph.facebook.com/me/accounts endpoint. Previously, with basic permissions granted, an app could go to this endpoint or the FQL table to access the list of a users’ apps and Pages. We are going to require that apps have the manage_pages permission in order to obtain access to this information.
The following breaking change is slated to go into effect on the 1st of January, 2012
We are deprecating
FB.Data.query. We noticed that these APIs are relatively sparsely used, and this functionality can be easily accomplished by
This week, we publish an entirely new PHP SDK reference.
We updated the FQL documentation for the following tables:
We also updated the docs for the Pay Dialog.
72 docs are under review.
This week, we introduced our new bug tool, a replacement for Bugzilla (now read-only), as such we're reporting the new bug tool stats going forward as well as stats for Bugzilla.
There are 57 open bugs in the bug tool.
Bugzilla activity for the past 7 days:
Activity on facebook.stackoverflow.com this week: