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| September 30, 2011
Facebook Posts Information On "Project Spartan" To Its Developer Page, Then Pulls The Page
Facebook recently posted information on a revamped, HTML5-driven mobile Web interface to its developer webpage. The information posted appears to outline "Project Spartan," and includes screenshots of the revamped, feature-packed Web app. While Facebook has since removed the page in question, TechCrunch was able to save each and every screenshot, and even a copy of the webpage as a PDF file. Below, we've included the screenshots in a gallery for you to take a look at, and you can download and view a PDF version of the webpage over at TechCrunch. As you can see, the mobile Web interface includes icons for Events, Friends and other Facebook apps, and allows users to bookmark applications. While we can't be sure whether this is Project Spartan in-full or just a revamped version of the mobile Web app, TechCrunch's sources claim that "this is indeed Spartan and that Facebook plans on unveiling the final product early next week." We'll be sure to keep you posted. Take a look at the images below, and feel free to share your thoughts in the comments. [gallery columns="2"]