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Microsoft’s Latest Windows SDK Allows Developers To Integrate Facebook Features Into Apps

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Microsoft recently announced a new SDK which will help developers integrate functions of Facebook into their apps. The new open source library will help developers create universal Windows apps i.e. apps for both mobile or desktop.

This freshly released SDK supports universal apps for operating systems including Windows Phone 8.1, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. Features you can integrate into your apps include Facebook Authorization, Like button , Graph and other Facebook functionality.


Here’s a detailed list of what developers will be able to add to their apps:


  • Login
  • Logout
  • Login Button
  • Profile Picture control


  • Feed dialog
  • Request dialog


  • Custom Stories
  • Post to user’s feed
  • Upload Photo
  • Like a Page/Object

The SDK is available on GitHub. If you are interested in knowing more on this new functionality, visit the post by Microsoft here.


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