Monthly Archives: September 2010

Introducing New PHP, Java and .NET SDKs

Along with our mobile SDKs, Gigya recently released PHP, Java and .NET SDKs to make it even easier to interface with the Gigya API using REST. Implementing these SDKs into your web application is very straightforward and the benefits will range from simple convenience for developers to more efficient code.

We wanted to highlight several features that developers have been asking about.

Signing Requests Made Easier
For security reasons, Gigya … Keep reading →

Facebook Adds an Implicit Follow Feature

As recently reported by Inside Facebook and TechCrunch, a small tweak in the “respond to friend request” screen on FB is going to make a huge impact on how many people follow (not friend) a person on FB. Yes, Facebook has a follow feature, though it’s not explicit. When you make a friend request of someone and they do not block you (left as pending) all of your public activities are streamed to … Keep reading →