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Facebook veut rivaliser Apple avec une plateforme mobile pour iOS

Facebook veut rivaliser Apple avec une plateforme mobile pour iOS

Posted June 16, 2011 at 1:51am by iClarified
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Facebook est sur le point de lancer le Projet Spartan, une nouvelle plateforme mobile ciblée directement sur les appareils iOS selon TechCrunch.

Comme nous le comprenons, Project Spartan est le nom de code d'une nouvelle plateforme que Facebook est sur le point de lancer. Elle est entièrement basée HTML5 and le but est d'atteindre 100 millions d'utilisateurs sur un lieu clé: le mobile. Plus spécifiquement, la cible initiale est à la fois surprenante et géniale: Safari mobile.

Facebook essaye selon les sources de rompre la mainmise qu'Apple a sur la distribution d'applications mobiles. 80 développeurs extérieurs travaillent apparemment sur le projet avec des équipes qui créent des applications qui s'étendent de la lecture des news jusqu'au jeux.
Zynga et Huffington Post ont été cité comme 2 de ces développeurs. La plateforme est attendu dans quelques semaines.


MG Siegler, journaliste chez TechCrunch, affirme qu'il a vu le projet Spartan de ses propres yeux.

Imaginez charger la version web mobile de Facebook et d'y trouver un menu déroulant pour un nouveau type d'application. En cliquant sur l'une des applications, elle se charge (de n'importe qu'elle serveur cela dépend du développeur de l'application), et immédiatement une bande Facebook apparait pour entourer l'application. Cette bande donnera à l'application certaines fonctionnalités Facebook de base, ainsi que la possibilité d'utiliser les principaux éléments de ce dernier -. comme les Credits [/ i]

Le but du Project Spartan est apparemment d'amener les utilisateurs de Facebook à l'utiliser comme un modèle de distribution d'applications sans passer par l'App Store.

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DacksMac
DacksMac - June 16, 2011 at 8:44am
Facebook can't even get their current iOS app running right. The layout is horrible, it's buggy as shit, and with all their money you would think their app wouldn't stink... Wrong.
Vakas
Vakas - June 16, 2011 at 5:30am
I don't believe this. Apple will never allow any of the third party platforms on their devices.
Baz
Baz - June 16, 2011 at 4:35am
Facebook is shit,Its for kids.
Razorbone
Razorbone - June 16, 2011 at 4:04am
Useless idea... FB is full of SPAM. It wud b a gateway for stealing valuable info & data from your mobile idevice. People at FB has nothing else better to do than brag about things.
SunLizard
SunLizard - June 16, 2011 at 3:17am
This will probably be a case of discovering what they don't do well. Facebook undisputedly was first to scale to the social networking phenomenon. Which gives them market edge. They are now trying to leverage a market they have zero experience in (ie Operating Systems) and can expect a long a grueling battle which they will most likely loose. The other competitors (Apple, MS, HP, Google) have got them beaten in spades (not to mention proprietary patents) FB could potentially open source but they'd probably give up more than they gained there... Another, and final point: I have yet to use one client ap on any browser that gave me a 100% solid experience with Facebook data. Little tiny glitches here and there, like those that propagate Facebook, cannot exist in a reliable OS. (Just ask MS about undeclared /initialized variables in Windows Millennium) Stick to what you know, Facebook.
James
James - June 16, 2011 at 11:45am
really? you don't think myspace hit it first? Heck if you expand on the idea of social networking then perhaps aol instant messenger or icq would be the pioneers. They had friend lists and away messages. Facebook/myspace just brought those into a web page instead of a running program.
dancj
dancj - June 16, 2011 at 3:10am
I can't see me switching to an in-browser app that can't have notifications.
PReaper
PReaper - June 16, 2011 at 6:40am
Since the notifications in the current fb app doesn't work for sh*t so it would only do the mobile fb experience better..
joe
joe - June 16, 2011 at 2:49am
most of the facebook apps are flash based, so everything needs to be re-done?
angel
angel - June 16, 2011 at 2:02am
It sucks I hate facebook apps they are all spam apps, and also I deleted my facebook acoount it's a wasted of time.
Blondie
Blondie - June 16, 2011 at 2:12am
I agree with you, Facebook suck
Don
Don - June 16, 2011 at 7:40pm
Take my hat off you to! You "got out"(your acct isn't truly deleted..)
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