Google I/O 2008: OpenSocial Specification - What's Next for OpenSocial

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Web Technologies, Development on September 06, 2008

OpenSocial is an open specification established by a group of social sites and application developers. While OpenSocial version 0.7 is being rolled out on several large social networking sites, the specification is evolving to include more features useful to social application developers. This session will cover the most interesting features that are discussed in the specification working group to be included in the next versions of OpenSocial, like an OpenSocial template language, and the OpenSocial RESTful API.

David Glazer (Google)

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