Appbistro and Lujure Partner to Offer the First Static FBML to iFrame App Converter!
Today we are excited to announce our partnership with Lujure: Assembly Line, the first Facebook Page building platform to offer a Static FBML to iFrame application converter!
Lujure is a new and fun way to build custom Facebook Fan Page applications using a simple drag-n-drop editor. Thanks to founder Nathan Latka, Facebook Page owners can now build applications without the need to know any code! This is a very innovative and widely needed service that will change the face of Facebook applications.
Once you’ve signed up, you are given a blank canvass to start building your application. Choose from a total of 17 different widgets, many of which include images, videos, twitter streams, Facebook Comments and Facebook Shares. The genius of Lujure comes through it’s drag-n-drop editor. Place and resize widgets with ease, while all the scary code is automatically generated in the back-end.
The converter works by simply pasting in the HTML/FBML from Static FBML and the converter will automatically convert your FBML tags into XFBML or the HTML equivalent of the FBML.
Since Facebook announced the deprecation of FBML a number of companies have been working tirelessly to create a converter to help Page administrators convert their FBML tabs to iFrame applications. “We had over 19 hackers working 24 hours on the converter. It was really important for us to be first out of the gate with this, ” said Latka.
Ryan Merket, CEO of Appbistro said, “This is what Appbistro is about – helping developers distribute and monetize their applications. Nathan (Latka) is prime example of who we love to work with. A true entrepreneur/hacker who saw a problem and developed a solution in a true ‘hackathon’ kind of way.”
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Interested in trying Lujure’s innovative platform? Test out their service and sign up for the free trial now! Also, take advantage of Appbistro’s exclusive 20% coupon which you can receive on the Lujure: Assembly Line application page.