Facebook SDK for Android integrates with Facebook with the aim to build social apps and engage audiences. This SDK requires Android API level 9. It offers bolts, audience network, and Facebook packages. Android SDK includes login, app events, share, ads, custom stories, graph API, app links, send request, and app center. The particular functionality of each feature aims to enhance development experience. For example, app events measure the effectiveness of an application according to users' behavior; ads can increase user engagement via news feed; custom stories show how to use the Object API; and app links allows to handle incoming links to redirect users to an application using shared posts, stories, and requests.
Since Bebo brought its Facebook Platform-compatible API out of closed beta a few weeks ago, as we reported in this post, the initial growth shows a steep curve from about 50 launch partner applications available before Jan 12th to 714 on Jan 26th.
Online shopping has won many a consumer over with the quick, easy and convenient benefits it provides. But even with all its pros, the check-out process can still be a bit laborious and time consuming. As with all things digital, we have become spoiled for choice and anything other than lightening fast can make users a little grumpy. This is the issue that Paddle has set out to address. It's an app for iPhone, Android and tablets that allows users to make payments with a quick click or tap. The Paddle API also makes it quick and easy for its functionality to be integrated with other existing e-commerce systems.