Last month Facebook released the beta version of its SDK 3.0 and today the social network announced that the polished version of Facebook SDK 3.0 is now available for download.
This release enables several new features: ready-to-use native UI controls, better session management, improved support for calling Facebook APIs and support for modern Objective-C language features.
The SDK also includes a variety of pre-built user interface (UI) components for common functions, such as Login, Friend Picker and Place Picker. Simply drop them into your apps for a fast, native and consistent way to build common features.
What's New Since the Beta:
- Updated native UI components and added internationalization support
- Refined and simplified core APIs, including session and request objects
- Bug fixes and increased stability
Facebook plans to maintain two versions of the SDK: a master version that reflects their production codebase, and a beta version that also includes the forthcoming iOS 6 integration.