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Change Set: 5a4279082db5
Released: Nov 8, 2011
Updated: Dec 15, 2011 by prabirshrestha
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Release Notes

This is a RTW release which adds new features and bug fixes to v5.2.1.
  • Query/QueryAsync methods uses graph api instead of legacy rest api.
  • removed dependency from Code Contracts
  • enabled Task Parallel Support in .NET 4.0+ (experimental)
  • added support for early preview for .NET 4.5 (binaries not distributed in codeplex nor, will need to manually build from Facebook-Net45.sln)
  • added additional method overloads for .NET 4.5 to support IProgress<T> for upload progress
  • added new CS-WinForms-AsyncAwait.sln sample demonstrating the use of async/await, upload progress report using IProgress<T> and cancellation support

Important Notice when migrating from v5.2.1
FacebookBatchParameter.Query uses graph api instead of legacy rest api (Note: unlike FacebookClient.Query FacebookBatchParameter.Query gives exactly the same result as the graph api thus doesn't maintain backwards compatibility when using Query and QueryAsync methods with version less than v5.3.0. You can create your custom class that inherits from FacebookClient and override the Query and QueryAsync methods to use the legacy rest api if you would want to maintain backward compatibility. Make sure to be careful when updating.)

Refer to CHANGES.txt for more details.

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