In the past two years, Facebook has shifted the focus of its F8 conference from consumers to developers. During the 2015 edition of the event at the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco, there were several developments and discussions that will be of interest to brands and businesses. Here are the top five.
Facebook is extending Parse, its suite of back-end software development tools, to create Internet of Things apps for items like smart home appliances and activity trackers.
Facebook's F8 conference is today, and the company appears to have accidentally leaked its application announcements early.
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