Recently Facebook have included a new auto play video feature which might a be problem to many users as not all countries have good internet speed or the data charges might be very high. This auto video play feature causes many people to load Facebook slower or burns their pocket with high data usage charge. So if you want to disable this feature then just simply follow the following steps. Continue reading “How to turn off Facebook’s auto play video feature?”
Facebook has completed 10 years on Tuesday, 4th Feb 2014. As Facebook is having over 1.23 billion monthly active users, so they have decided to thank their users by introducing a new feature called “A look back” on this 10th anniversary.
This feature will show all the highlights from the past 2 years of the user and contains a compilation of most-liked photos, Shared pictures in the form of a video.
To use this feature just log on to https://www.facebook.com/lookback.
Users can also share the video.
Have you ever thought how Facebook is build? On which platform or what are the languages used for coding it?
Well Facebook is written in a variety of programming languages like C++, Java, Python, and Erlang.
Facebook uses LAMP stack with Memcached.
LAMP is a stack of open source software Linux (operating system), Apache HTTP Server, MySQL (database software) and PHP (or sometimes Perl or Python).
In case of Facebook it uses Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP.
It is a distributed memory object caching system.
Facebook uses lot of different tools, services and languages for developer’s tool, Infrastructure, etc but we will just focus on its Infrastructure so that it does not become too big topic.
It is a storage system for managing structured data and is designed to handle very large size of data across many servers. It’s a perfect platform for mission-critical data and highly available without compromising performance.
It is a data warehouse system built on top of Hadoop that helps in easy data summarization, adhoc querying and analysis of large datasets stored in Hadoop compatible file systems.
is a general purpose writeback block cache for Linux. It was developed as a loadable Linux kernel module, using the Device Mapper and sits below the filesystem and it allows caching of a drive on another drive. The module was originally written and released by Facebook
Open Compute Project
It is an open hardware project which accelerates the data center and efficient computing infrastructures at the lowest cost.
HipHop for PHP
It is a transformer of PHP source code into C++. It was developed by Facebook to save server resources and was released as open source in 2010. It is useful for those companies which are running very large PHP infrastructures who don’t want to rewrite complex logic within C or C++ and by doing this it helps them to reduce the number of people who are hired to do this work on the company’s entire codebase. It uses G++ to compile it to machine code.
Scribe is a server for aggregating log data streamed in real time from a large number of servers from clients. It is designed to be scalable, reliable and extensible without client-side modification, and robust to failure of any specific machine or the network.
It is an open source version of scalable, non-blocking web server framework written in Python. It handles thousands of connections at the same time.
Now-a-days custom Facebook emotions are getting too much popular, but most of the people don’t know how to create them.
This post will explain you how easily you can create your own emotions in following 3 steps:
1) Go to http://smileyti.me
2) Upload your image
3) Copy Paste the code in Facebook chat
And you are done 🙂
Image Credits: smileyti.me
This can be done using Facebook Graph API.
Note:- This shows all times like,shares,comment and for a particular day.
To know the total number of shares,likes for entire domain:
Add your domain url including http:// after http://graph.facebook.com/