The Facebook Instant Articles API allows developers to create, publish, update, and delete Instant Articles from their content management systems. Instant Articles are articles that load instantly on the reader's Facebook feed, making them more likely to be clicked and read. Users should only publish new Instant Articles via the API when they become publicly available on the user's website.
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25-08-16 14:17:03[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Facebook Instant Articles, NASA, Twilio Lookups, Mozilla updated with Related API Facebook Instant Articles