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Today is going to be a full day of activity for the 1,500 developers that are expected to attend Facebook's F8 Deve...
Today is going to be a full day of activity for the 1,500 developers that are expected to attend Facebook's F8 Developer Conference in San Francisco.
The last F8 Conference was held back in 2011, and since then there have been a lot of changes made. The biggest one is that the web apps are no longer used as much as the mobile apps, the new platform used worldwide.
Last week, when Facebook announced its Q1 financial results, we saw that there are 1 billion active mobile users. Therefore, today’s conference with 20 sessions will focus on mobile ads, mobile games and notifications. Facebook also proposes a help station called “The Garage”, a place where Facebook and Instagram engineers will help other developers fix bugs in their apps.
If you are wondering what to expect from this conference, here is some info. Facebook is going to continue insisting on new mobile apps on its own in 2014, which is expected to bring one billion new mobile users. It will profit both sides. Apps will integrate more rapidly with the social platform, and Facebook will gain more and more users.
One component of the conference is the Internet.org Inovation Lab where developers will be trained to create apps for regions with poor Internet access. This is part of Zuckerberg's idea to provide Internet access worldwide.
The appearance of Ilya Sukhar is expected to happen at the F8 Conference. The Parse CEO is predicted to be an important piece of Facebook's global expansion puzzle.
Well, it is already clear what not to expect of this conference. No Timeline and no Open Graph at this year's F8. There is also not that much focus on consumers. “Mobile” and “apps” are the key words of today's conference.