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Facebook Developer Toolkit

March 09, 2008

Do you have a Facebook account and want to do more with it? Start creating cool, fun Windows applications and Web sites with the Facebook Developer Toolkit. This toolkit offers you a huge amount of easy-to-use components and controls, plus ready-to-run samples and detailed documentation to get you started. With Visual Studio Express Editions and the Facebook Developer Toolkit, you'll have the tools you need to get going today!

The Facebook Developer Toolkit is a full complement of components, controls and samples for developing applications using the Facebook Platform. The kit also includes Visual C# and Visual Basic wrappers for the Facebook API to make application development simple, fun and quick. You can use the Facebook Developer Toolkit to build applications using Windows Forms, ASP.NET or WPF. You can even use the toolkit to take advantage of LINQ.

See How Easy It Is

Explore the QuickStarts to see just how easy it is to develop using the Facebook Developer Toolkit and Visual Studio Express Editions. Watch the walkthrough videos to see how easy it is to build Facebook-enabled applications. You can have an application or website up and running in only a few minutes.

The Facebook Development Toolkit allows you to create applications that you can share with your Facebook friends. Download the toolkit today!

 Want to see the Facebook Developer Toolkit in action? Download this sample application that uses the Facebook Developer Toolkit to build a dynamic screensaver with Visual C# Express Edition.

Explore the Facebook Developer Toolkit wiki for more details on the toolkit.

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