So the Facebook f8 conference is a hot topic so I figured I should give some resources and some of the Facebook F8 Announcements.

If you don’t know what f8 here is their definition:

“8 is a Facebook conference where developers and entrepreneurs collaborate on the future of personalized and social technologies.

At f8, members of the Facebook team and the developer community will explore a variety of topics including new tools and techniques, business growth strategies and open technologies. We hope you’ll join us.”

Here are some of the new plugins and api updates and more:

  • Like button plugin
  • Activity stream plugin
  • Recommendations plugin
  • Facebook Login plugin (they plan on killing off Facebook Connect)
  • Social Bar plugin
  • Open Graph Protocol

You can watch the Keynote replay and other videos here – http://apps.facebook.com/feightlive/

Here is the code you can use to add the Like button to your website/blog:

<iframe src=”http://www.facebook.com/widgets/like.php?href=http://example.com
scrolling=”no” frameborder=”0″
style=”border:none; width:450px; height:80px”></iframe>

Here is what it looks like:

Here are some news updates and blog posts on what is going on:

Why Doesn’t Facebook Look Like This?

As you may be aware, tomorrow, Facebook kicks off its big f8 developer conference in San Francisco. We’ll be there to cover what’s going on, but it looks like a lot of the information is already out there — Inside Facebook, All Facebook, … Obviously, I’m interested in any location announcements the company may make tomorrow — but it’s not clear if Facebook will actually announce anything yet as their plans have been fluid, and possibly still aren’t solidified. …

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