In the wake of a scandal that has led to the biggest backlash it has ever faced, Facebook has announced API and platform product changes that will have far-reaching consequences for developers. The changes include the need for developers to submit their apps to Facebook for review.
Facebook APIs (27)
||The Facebook Broadcast API (BETA) gives businesses with permission the ability to send messages to multiple subscribers with a single API request. The Messenger Platform's Broadcast API allows you...||Social||11.08.2017|
Facebook Messenger Platform Messaging Insights
||The Facebook Messenger Platform Messaging Insights API allows developers to programmatically retrieve the analytics information that appears on the Page Insights tab of a Facebook page. This API is...||Messaging||10.10.2017|
Facebook Messenger Platform Secondary Receivers List
||The Facebook Messenger Platform Secondary Receivers List API allows primary receiver apps to retrieve a list of secondary receiver apps for a page. Only apps with the primary receiver role may use...||Messaging||10.10.2017|
Facebook Messenger Platform Take Thread Control
||The Facebook Messenger Platform Take Thread Control API enables the primary receiver app to take control of a thread from a secondary receiver app. The secondary receiver app receives a corresponding...||Messaging||10.10.2017|
Facebook Messenger Platform Pass Thread Control
||The Facebook Messenger Platform Pass Thread Control API allows developers to pass thread control from their app to another app. The app receiving thread control will receive a corresponding webhook...||Messaging||10.10.2017|
Facebook has launched a new Continuous Live Video API that enables developers to broadcast long and persistent streaming video to the world's largest social network. Previously, Facebook Live streams were limited to 90 minutes, but thanks to the new API, third parties can broadcast longer events.