Last week we introduced the Subscribe Button for Websites, announced the removal of App Profile Pages on February 1st, 2012, provided a recap on our recent Social Games Hack and published a tutorial on debugging Open Graph apps.
This week we completed the discontinuation of the Dashboard APIs with the exception of dashboard.incrementCount, dashboard.decrementCount, dashboard.setCount and dashboard.getCount methods. All apps should upgrade to the new Requests 2.0.
Upcoming changes on January 1, 2012Deprecating the FB.Data.* JS SDK APIs This will be no longer supported and will not be available to new apps.Deprecating FB.Canvas.setAutoResize We have renamed FB.Canvas.setAutoResize to FB.Canvas.setAutoGrow so that the method more accurately represents its function. Fb.Canvas.setAutoResize will be removed.Deprecating FBML FBML will no longer be supported as of January 1, 2012. Aside from security and privacy related bugs, we will not fix any bugs related to FBML after January 1, 2012. On June 1, 2012 FBML endpoints will be removed from PlatformAll apps will be opted into “Upgrade to Requests 2.0” and “Requests 2.0 Efficient” Existing apps will be opted into “Requests 2.0 Efficient” and “Upgrade to Requests 2.0” migrations and all developers must ensure that they are using the correct request_id format and deleting requests appropriately. Details hereEnforcing Credits Policy We have added a new policy to the Facebook Credits Terms that prohibits routing Credits from one app to another app without our prior authorization.
2.14 You may not accept Credits in one app and deliver or transfer the purchase to the user in another app without our prior authorization. For example, an app solely designed to facilitate transactions is not permitted.
Apps that are not compliant by January 1, 2012 run the risk of having their Credits disabled shortly after.
Please refer to the Platform Roadmap for more info on these and other upcoming changes.
Bug Activity from 12/6 to 12/13210 bugs were reported89 bugs were reproducible and accepted (after duplicates removed)61 bugs were by design27 bugs were fixed71 bugs were duplicate, invalid, or need more information
Bugs fixed from 12/6 to 12/13
Activity on facebook.stackoverflow.com this week:140 questions asked16 answered, 11% answered rate50 replied, 36% reply rate