Operation Developer Love, what would you like to see different on our API

In: Announcements by: mathys

14 Feb 2011

I love the ‘Operation Developer Love‘ by Facebook. They’re actively working on their API, docs, support forums after neglecting it for a while, to win back the support of their development community:

We have received a great deal of feedback recently about things we should do to improve Facebook Platform. The themes are clear: “fix the bugs,” “update the documentation,” “talk to us more,” and “make things more reliable.” We are listening, and this post outlines some of the things we are doing to address your concerns.

By Douglas Purdy

I feel like we have neglected our developers and API a bit as well and am trying to make it up to you. We’ve rewritten our documentation last week and tried to straighten our API and remove inconsistencies. Now it’s your turn:

Tell us what you think we should fix, improve, change or add to our API or our documentation. Please tell us your ideas, dreams and hates, so we can make our current and new v2.0 API better. The new API will be RESTful (and not action-based as it is now) and we are looking closely at Facebook’s Graph API because of its simplicity. But we’re only with few and you are with many.

So my request on Valentines day is easy: We love your feedback.

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