|F8 - What's New For Facebook|
|Written by Lucy Black|
|Friday, 27 March 2015|
Mark Zuckerberg announced the Facebook Messenger Platform at this week's F8 conference. It will let devs build apps that integrate with Facebook Messenger, a service used by more than 600 million people.
According to Lexy Franklin who introduces Messenger Platform on the Facebook Developer's blog:
With Messenger Platform, an app's content can be shared through private and group messages to spark conversations that are creative and expressive, while providing developers with growth and reengagement opportunities.
There are two levels of integration for the new Messenger SDK:
Facebook is also working with a limited set of partners for Businesses on Messenger, which will roll out sometime in the future.
Another major launch at F8 was for Analytics For Apps which provides cross device charts and statistics about an app's installs, launches and users with user demographics so that you can get to understand your audience and you answer questions like “what percentage of the people in Canada that installed my mobile app ended up purchasing on my website?”
Other announcements at F8 included:
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|Last Updated ( Thursday, 03 May 2018 )|