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Making sense of Facebooks undocumented API.

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Making sense of Facebooks undocumented API.

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This project attempts to document Facebooks undocumented API, so that libraries can interact with Facebook in the same way the browser does. The main focus is Facebooks Messenger, and enabling users to send, recieve and fetch messages.

The primary focus is Python, but the code should be readable enough that it can be translated to other languages.

The goal is neither to make an asyncronous nor syncronous implementation, but to make a Sans-IO framework where up such a thing can be built. Hence, the project won't be very useful on it's own. If you just want a plug n' play library, see fbchat.

Note: This project is not affiliated with Facebook, Inc. or any of that stuff, and I'll have to comply if I recieve a takedown notice.


pip install sensebook


BSD 3-Clause, see LICENSE.txt.

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This project follows the Contributor Covenant Code of Conduct, see CODE_OF_CONDUCT.txt. Note, however, that I'm far from an expert in this area, so feel free to reach out to me if I've offended anybody or made a mistake. Open Source should be for everyone!

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