Facebook iOS SDK engages users in social applications. With this SDK, users can share messages from an app to Facebook, they can reach a target audience using the right ads, and increase visibility when a consumer is redirected to the AppleApp store. Some examples of applications developed with this SDK include Friend Smash and Swag Shop.
Salesforce.com is holding its flagship event Dreamforce at Moscone Center in San Franscisco this week, and before we spend time covering some of its new initiatives in what the company calls the Social Enterprise, I thought it would be a good time to review the APIs that developers can use as part of the DeveloperForce program.
We’ve all heard it before. Be careful what you do on social networks because your employer, teacher, business partner or spiritual guru might find out about it. Well now they won’t just find out about it, they’ll ask you to please allow Reppify to access your social network information so that you can be evaluated. Reppify will create a report on you, based on your social network activity, and sum it all up in a numerical ranking. The Reppify API will allow this technology to be integrated into other social network monitoring services like RainMaker.
Facebook may be this year's most-discussed tech IPO, but last year certainly belonged to LinkedIn. The company, which is turning a modest profit, also has expanded its developer offerings. With that came many more developers to the LinkedIn API, more than doubling the number of registered devs in less than a year. And those apps created on the platform account for billions of API requests each month going to business social network.