Adobe Social Service To Develop Social Applications
Adobe had released a service to use a single set of APIs to integrate your application with social networks including Facebook and MySpace. Developers can easily develop social applications by using the APIs and also these services are insulates developers against underlying social network changes, the service adopts to those changes so as a developers you need not have to take tension to update your application.
Developers can get information, to use the new API to develop social network application, from here.
You can download the Social Service Library from here.
And as usual environment provided by Adobe to share the social application development problem at here.
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