This is version 8.0 of the Facebook Graph API which includes changes for; App Types, Access Levels, Development and Live Mode Removal and more. The Graph API is a view of the Facebook social graph that uniformly represents objects in the graph and may include; people, photos, events, and pages etc., and the connections between them for friend relationships, shared content, and others. Public information can be accessed without a developer key/application key, but is required for private data access. Facebook Developers provide services that help build, grow and monetize applications.
55Photos is a website where users can explore, view, edit, manage, organize, transfer, download, and backup online photos, pictures, and images. 55Photos consumes image-related APIs to aggregate and...
Facebook has announced the release of the Graph API v12.0 and Marketing API v12.0. These updates include breaking changes requiring developers to update their apps. The major change is that the Graph API now supports backwards compatibility for apps that use newly created one-click access tokens.
Seven APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Contacts, Data Mining, and Recognition. Included is the latest version of the Facebook Graph API and an API that can detect broken windows or doors in a home or business via an image. Here's a look at the new batch.
Facebook has announced the release of the Graph API v11.0 and Marketing API v11.0 as well as moving the Platform SDK to v11.0. These updates include breaking changes that will require developers to update their applications to ensure compatibility. The Instagram Basic Display API was also updated.