The problem is summed up in FaceBooks press release of 8/19/2010:
The announcement goes on to say:
"We will, however, continue to support existing implementations of the older authentication mechanism as well as FBML on Page tabs and applications. "
And as is typical on the FB platform, there seems to be more confusion than clarity among fanpage administrators as to the near-term future. With FaceBook one thing can be certain it won't happen right at the end of the year. FaceBook is as notorious as MS when it comes to being late in meeting projected dates for releases and changes.
Anyway I guess what I'm wondering is what any of you Ampers out there are planning on doing. If I read it right we could just leave what we have in place but would that really be a good idea? I'm sure there will be lots more features and things we can do under IFrames and Java than we can using FBML.
So any thoughts on the matter? Are custom pages even worth the trouble?
See this Amp at http://amplify.com/u/d9ym