“Facebook C# SDK” Announced for Microsoft Visual Studio Developers

 
Facebook engineer, Andrey Goder, announced the alpha release of the Hackathon Facebook C# SDK project for Visual Studio Developers (requires Microsoft’s free Visual C# 2010 Express Edition).
Facebook C# SDK Features:
 
    • Works with both Web (ASP.NET) and desktop applications.
    • Supports a convenient way of making calls to the new Graph API using the OAuth 2.0 access token.
Download (from GitHub) ==> Facebook C# SDK
 
Additional Facebook / Microsoft Software: 
Docs for Facebook – discover, create, and share Microsoft Office documents with your Facebook friends.
 
Facebook SDK Toolkit is provided as a Facebook Client Library similar to Facebook’s PHP Client Library or Facebook’s JavaScript library. The goal is to enable .NET developers to quickly and easily leverage the various features of the Facebook Platform.  The latest release (v3.0) includes new architectural improvements and provides an asynchronous interface for using the toolkit from Silverlight and from WPF.
 
Facebook Social Connector allows you to connect your Facebook account to the Outlook Social Connector and obtain information about your friends and colleagues. You can see status updates and recently posted items from your Facebook contacts.
 
Fishbowl for Facebook personalizes how you read your newsfeed, update status, comment, like, browse and upload photos.
 
OutSync syncs photos of your Facebook friends with matching contacts in Outlook.
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BLAKE was a Microsoft MVP and award winning programmer with over 20+ years experience providing complete Windows and networking support for small to medium sized businesses. BLAKE is also Jazz Musician and Instructor for residential clients on the Los Angeles West Side.
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