Facebook announces two-year stability guarantee for core APIs, SLA to fix all major bugs within 48 hours

A view of Facebook's logo May 10, 2012 i

At the F8 conference in San Francisco today, Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced a two-year stability guarantee for all of the company’s core APIs and platforms. In fact, every API launched by Facebook will now be versioned, and developers will be able to choose which version to build on. In other words, Facebook will now give developers plenty of notice before breaking the functionality of their apps. At the same time, Zuckerberg committed that his company will fix all major bugs within 48 hours as part of a new service level agreement (SLA). He noted that Facebook usually...

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