Facebook Launches the Open Graph At f8 — Our Coverage


By Eric Eldon Comment

Facebook has launched what it calls the Open Graph, a set of features that further integrates the service with the rest of the web. We’re in the middle of covering the launch today at the company’s f8 developer conference in San Francisco.

We’ll be looking at how this launch will affect social gaming — but not in this post. For now, be sure to check out  our ongoing coverage over on Inside Facebook. Here are our stories up to this point:

Facebook Searching For Ways to Break Into Mobile Apps

New Facebook Activity Stream Plugin Brings Filtered Stream to Any Website

With the Open Graph Protocol, Any URL Can Be Treated Just Like a Facebook Page

Facebook Recommendations Plugin to Make Website Content Socially Relevant

Facebook Announces “App2User” Liquidity Program for Merchants to Convert Rewards Points into Credits

Facebook: We Want to Integrate 200 Credits Payment Options Worldwide

Facebook Announces Open Graph API and 5 New Social Plugins at f8

Facebook Removing 24 Hour Caching Policy on User Data for Developers

Live-Blogging Facebook’s f8 Developer Conference: The Open Graph Launches

Facebook Expanding Facebook Connect With New “Like Plugin” for Websites Today at f8