Facebook SDK Available Now for Android
May 27, 2010, 1:50 PM by Philip Berne
Facebook's SDK for Google Android is now available, following demonstrations of the new developer kit at Google's I/O conference last week. The Facebook SDK will allow Android app developers the ability to integrate Facebook authentication using OAuth 2.0, publish stories to Facebook, and make requests to the new Facebook Graph API.
Google's AMP Stories Let Web Publishers Tell Tap-Through Stories with Photos and Videos
Feb 13, 2018
Google today announced a preview of AMP stories, a new tool for creators to bring content to the mobile web in a new and engaging way. AMP stories were inspired by the likes of Snapchat and Instagram, which both offer people the ability to tell on-going, ephemeral stories that others swipe through.
Instagram Rolls Out Disappearing Stories
Aug 2, 2016
Instagram today announced Instagram Stories, a new way to share photos and videos that is similar to Snapchat's Stories. With Stories, Instagram users can post as many photos and videos as they want throughout the day and customize them with text, stickers, and drawing tools.
Instagram to Let People Highlight and Archive their Stories
Dec 5, 2017
Instagram today introduced several new tools that will allow users to hold onto their fleeting stories more permanently. First, Stories Highlights let people create a featured story that can be pinned to their profile.
Facebook Simplifies Process for Two-Factor Authentication
May 24, 2018
Facebook has made it easier for people to secure their accounts. The company improved how it handles two-factor authentication.
Google's ML Kit Lets Any App Put Machine Learning to Work
May 8, 2018
Google today announced ML Kit, a new SDK that will allow developers to add machine learning to their own applications. ML Kit gives developers access to five ready-to-use APIs: text recognition, face detection, barcode scanning, image labeling, and landmark recognition.