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The Facebook f8 2010 conference has presented some exciting new opportunities for developers to play around and integrate with Facebook in ways never possible before. Developers can now leverage Facebook's new Open Graph API in conjunction with the OAuth 2.0 standard on their sites to build highly customized, dynamic applications.
The benefits of this brand new system for integrating with Facebook are many. Here's the coles notes version of what was released at last weeks' Facebook f8 conference.
The Open Graph API:
A completely new, simpler way for your websites to connect with Facebook. Using a few meta tags and some one line html snippets, you can add like buttons, news feeds, and other community style widgets. No inclusion of the Facebook Connect API necessary, and better yet, no authentication required!
The OAuth 2.0 Standard:
Facebook now supports this open authentication standard. All communication between Facebook and your application for token creation will be through this soon to be universal method. The great thing about this is users will only be required to authenticate with your applications' Facebook ID once.
As most developers are, I am excited to take my first hack at this new connection method. I will be integrating the Open Graph API into whitbreaddesign.com in the coming days so stay tuned for working a full review, working examples, and tutorials.
For more information on the Open Graph API and OAuth 2.0 standard, go to developers.facebook.com.