Facebook is installing tensorFracture in its mobile app store to help developers build a scalable platform for building and deploying a variety of cloud-based services.
The app will be available to download on Tuesday for users who already have an app and want to run it.
The company is also announcing new features in the app store, such as a new “instant” feature for users to “get the job done”.
Facebook will also offer “pre-packaged” apps, which are “essentially a pre-built app” that developers can install on their own site and that Facebook can install.
“Instantly, users can get their work done, or start it, and with the help of tensor-flow, the apps they build are scalable and perform as well as any other apps on their platform,” the company said in a blog post.
Facebook said tensorfracture is “an open source framework that enables developers to build apps with the power of tensors, using tensors for all the power and the power for the same price.”
“Tensorflow makes it easier to build scalable applications for Facebook, as well.
It offers a complete, free, and open platform for developers to use for creating scalable applications,” Facebook added.
“Tensors and tensor fields enable us to write code that scales and adapts to a wide range of use cases.”
Facebook will offer tensorfields, which enable developers to write codes that scale and adapt to a range of uses, including mobile apps.
Facebook will offer a “tensorfraction” of its app store as an “instanced” option, meaning that users will not need to buy the app to install it, instead they can download it from the Facebook website and install it on their site.
The company will also provide an “add-on” that enables users to install tensor apps.
Users can sign up for a free trial for tensorfield at the company’s website.
Facebook has said tensors and other forms of graph algorithms are “faster, cheaper and easier to use” than traditional methods of generating graphs.