Do you like the new Timeline Facebook? Now you can have it as a theme on your wordpress. Timeline WordPress Theme was designed by JuliusDesign inspired by Timeline Facebook. The theme was developed in about 10 hours only, but it looks more than amazing.

Among the most interesting features integrated into the theme, you can find the top right of the timeline by months of publishing articles. You can also enter 4 items to be placed in the upper right header always present on every page. The theme looks almost identical to Timeline Facebook, and available download for free.

Published under: GPL License

Recently Facebook announced the alpha release of their new C# SDK. This release marks the first C# SDK produced by Facebook, “built to meet the needs of the significant community of Facebook developers using C#”. The new C# SDK has several features, according to Andrew Gode who built it during a recent Facebook hackathon:

  • Works with both Web (ASP.NET) and desktop applications.
  • Uses OAuth 2.0 for authentication.
  • Supports a convenient way of making calls to the new Graph API using the OAuth 2.0 access token.

Notably, C# is a primary platform for the upcoming Windows Phone 7 operating system. Facebook already has an iPhone and Android SDK, so a C# SDK fits well. No word from Facebook on whether this alpha release adheres to the differences between C# for Microsoft’s upcoming mobile operating system and its web/desktop counterpart.

Developers can access and download the Facebook C# SDK from Github today. As this is an alpha release, feedback and support are welcomed.

Published under: Framework | Social

ThinkTank is a new, free installable web application that lets you capture the insights and expertise of your social network by collecting and organizing replies to your conversations on Twitter, Facebook and (soon!) other networks. ThinkTank is open source, built by a passionate community of people like you.

ThinkTank can do lots of cool stuff:

  • Show you all of your replies to a message, across both Twitter and Facebook.
  • Display a stream of all photos your friends have posted, or a list of all the links they've tweeted, and ThinkTank automatically expands shortened URLs!
  • Automatically archive your status updates (tweets) for all of your Twitter accounts — you can let your friends sign in to archive their messages, too.
  • Find out insights about your followers and friends, like who's most popular or who updates least often.
  • Archive all of your data in your own database. That makes it easy to export your status updates, follower lists, or any other data in the future.
  • Get detailed statistics about your activity, such as your average replies per day, or how often you update.
  • Publish a presentable list of replies to one of your questions, including integration with blogging tools like WordPress.
  • Whatever else our developer community and plugin authors can dream up

 

Published under: Social | GPL License

Lately, there’s been quite a fuzz about lazy registration. It turns out that the less the user has to think, the higher the conversion rates are! What a thought! If everybody seems to have a Facebook profile, why not add a one-click user registration? This tutorial will show you how to do that today.

 

Published under: Code | Social