Microsoft Releases New Windows 8 API for Facebook Login

Developers can now access documentation and the new APIs via the Microsoft Windows App Builder blog. Microsoft’s new Facebook Login for Windows 8 is ready to use in production applications with the expectation of the beta period lasting an estimated 60 days. Microsoft is asking and encouraging developers to try test out the new API and provide feedback. Microsoft’s latest announcement aligns with their ongoing strategy and commitment to make it easier for developers to build rich, connected apps that target both Windows and Windows Phone. Developers can take advantage of Facebook Login to easily unlock the power of Facebook in their apps. Read the full story here.



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