The Facebook Messenger Platform Node.js SDK by Mathew Kurian allows developers to integrate the Facebook Messenger Platform APIs into their Node.js applications. This SDK includes ES6 support and is installed via npm.
In March of 2019, Facebook announced changes to the company’s advertising platform, these changes aim to reduce discrimination in job postings, housing ads, and credit ads. Developers will soon be required to comply with updated Marketing API standards based on these changes.
If you are looking to display social networking statistics on your site, Shared Count just showed up with about the simplest tool you could ask for. Given a URL, the Shared Count API will contact the APIs of Facebook, Twitter, Google Buzz, Digg, Delicious, and StumbleUpon to retrieve their statistics.
Microsoft has announced its new Facebook SDK, which allows developers using Microsoft technologies to quickly create web client (via Silverlight), web server (via ASP.NET) and desktop (via WinForms and WPF) applications that harness the power of the Facebook API.