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Facebook Folly Brings Robust, Powerful Futures to C++11

by Sergio De Simone on  Jul 13, 2015

Facebook has recently introduced Folly Futures, a C++11 library providing an implementation of futures that goes beyond what already offered by std::future.

Facebook's Moments App Does C++ for Cross-Platform Development

by Sergio De Simone on  Jun 25, 2015

One of the most recent Facebook's apps, Moments, is using C++ to share its business logic across iOS and Android, Facebook's engineers Ashwin Bharambe, Zack Gomez, Will Ruben explain. Here we review Facebook engineers rationale for that choice and its outcomes.

Facebook Nuclide Is Now Open Source

by Abel Avram on  Jun 24, 2015

Announced three months ago during the F8 developer conference, Facebook has open sourced the code for their Nuclide IDE. Nuclide is based on Atom, adding a number of packages without changing anything in the core of GitHub’s IDE.

Popular Microsoft Apps Unfriend Facebook

by Jeff Martin on  Jun 12, 2015

Facebook has made changes to their Graph API which Microsoft says has forced it to drop Facebook support from several Microsoft applications. This means popular apps like Windows Photos and OneDrive will no longer exchange data with Facebook.

Facebook Open Sources Infer, a Static Analysis Tool

by Abel Avram on  Jun 11, 2015

Facebook has open sourced Infer, a static analysis tool for C, Java and Objective-C.

Facebook Open Sources React Native, Year and Network Class, Fresco and Nuclide

by Abel Avram on  Mar 27, 2015

Following yesterday’s announcement of releasing ComponentKit, a framework for creating native UIs declaratively on iOS, Facebook has released a number of other projects as open source during their annual F8 developer conference: React Native, Year Class, Network Connection Class, Fresco, and Nuclide.

FB ComponentKit: Declaratively Creating Native UIs on iOS

by Abel Avram on  Mar 26, 2015

Facebook has open sourced ComponentKit, a declarative library for creating native views on iOS.

React Introduces Support for ES6 Classes

by James Chesters on  Mar 16, 2015

Facebook has released React v0.13, bringing with it support for ES6 classes, as well as new top-level APIs and breaking changes for JSX.

The Hack Language Gets an Official Specification

by Sergio De Simone on  Feb 25, 2015

The Hack language has now got an official specification. According to the HHVM team, the Hack specification, albeit in its initial stage, fills a gap in the documentation available for the Hack language.

Facebook Stetho: Debugging Any Android App with Chrome DevTools

by Abel Avram on  Feb 23, 2015

Facebook has open sourced Stetho, an Android debugging bridge enabling developers to debug their apps using Chrome DevTools.

Facebook Open Sources Modules for Faster Deep Learning on Torch

by Abel Avram on  Jan 20, 2015

Facebook has open sourced a number of modules for faster training of neural networks on Torch.

Facebook Flow Provides More Static Typing for JavaScript

by Abel Avram on  Nov 19, 2014

Announced during @Scale 2014, Facebook has open sourced Flow, a static type checker for JavaScript. Flow joins Microsoft TypeScript and Google AtScript to provide web developers with a tool meant to catch some bugs in the code before they manifest at runtime.

Facebook & Instagram Lessons on Android Development for Emerging Markets

by Abel Avram on  Nov 13, 2014

Facebook and Instagram shared from their experience improving their apps to perform better on various Android devices and over different network connection speeds during the session Scaling Android Apps for Emerging Markets recorded at @Scale 2014.

Web Summit 2014 Final Day Review

by Alex Giamas on  Nov 07, 2014

Web Summit concluded today with Peter Thiel of Paypal and Facebook followed by U2’s Bono. Highlights from last day include Google Programmatic Marketing efforts, Peter Thiel and U2's Bono, Bitcoin speeches and the winners for the ALPHA and BETA competition.

Facebook Open Sources Proxygen, an HTTP Framework Supporting SPDY 3.1

by Abel Avram on  Nov 06, 2014

The idea behind Proxygen is not to replace Apache but having the ability to create a specialized high-performance web server that can be embedded into existing applications providing web services. Facebook initially started to build a proxy (hence the name) server in 2011, and now they are open sourcing it after the project evolved and has been tested in production for a number of years.

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