Facebook SDK for Windows

Create a great social app on Windows 8.x and Windows Phone 8.1.


Note: Before you try any of the samples, you MUST configure your app using the config tutorial


Tutorials & Samples

Configuring your app

This tutorial provides the basics of how to configure your app to use any feature of the SDK.

Samples

Explore the samples that showcase login/open graph and dialogs. Pay attention to the README to see how the SDK works.

Facebook Login

Learn how to enable users to seamlessely login on Windows 8.x and Windows Phone 8.1 Universal apps.

Dialogs

Learn how to use the Requests and Feed dialog on Windows 8.x and Windows Phone 8.1 Universal apps.

Single Sign On

Integrate Facebook Single Sign On with WebAuthenticationBroker.

AppLinks

AppLinks - Link your Mobile application

Controls

Login

User interface component that you can use to implement Facebook Login.

Profile Picture

User interface component that you can use to show the profile picture for an object such as a user, place or event.

Friend Picker

User interface component that you can use to display a user's friends. You can use this to add a user's friends to a story.

Place Picker

User interface component that you can use to show places near the user. You can use this to add a user's location to a story.

Guides

Run FQL Queries

FQL, the Facebook Query Language, allows you to use a SQL-style interface to query data exposed by the Graph API.

Fetch User Data

This doc outlines how to use the SDK to request user data and retrieve user details for fields available via typed access and non-typed access.

Use Batch Requests

The Graph API supports batching of requests, so you can specify multiple requests in a single HTTP request.

Publish to Feed

The Facebook SDK for .NET provides a method to let you publish stories from your app to a user's timeline.