Microsoft releases updated Facebook SDK

Microsoft today unveiled an updated Facebook SDK targeted at .NET developers.

According to a Microsoft spokesperson "the goal is to enable .NET developers to quickly and easily leverage the various features of the Facebook Platform." The software giant has provided samples and tools for helping develop Facebook applications in the various .NET platforms including: ASP.NET, Silverlight, WPF and WinForms. Microsoft has also release the source code for the API, components, controls, and samples.

Microsoft has been working to provide developers with the option to quickly and efficiently build Facebook applications across the breadth of their portfolio, ranging from Visual Studio to Zune, Xbox Live, Windows Messenger and Live Search.

The developer toolkit and SDK is available on Microsoft's CodePlex Open Source community.

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