Meet Shiny Shiny Server, the smart shiny server that will replace Facebook!

Meet Shiny Server is a server which runs on the Facebook cloud and has a shiny user interface.

It’s a service which is designed to make sharing of photos and videos easier than ever. 

The server is built using the Java platform and is built around a lightweight and flexible architecture. 

Users can upload a photo and then get it delivered to the server which will then process the image in real-time and save it to a cloud storage.

This means it can be shared from any device which is connected to the internet, which is important when sharing your photos and video. 

This is a great idea from the developers of Shiny Server and we’re looking forward to testing the service out on the platform. 


The Shiny Server has been developed in collaboration with the Facebook developers and the Facebook App team and is currently available in beta on iOS and Android.

The team has also built a few of the features in the app itself. 

“The main thing about Shiny Server that we’re going to build is a ‘smart shiny’ interface,” said Shiny Server’s chief architect and product manager, Vadim Shmakov.

“We’ve taken a lightweight architecture, which means it’s built on top of the Facebook Platform, and we’ve built a couple of other cool features, such as a ‘shared’ feature where you can have multiple copies of the same image on the same device.

So you can share the same picture between a number of devices, and you can even share the pictures from your own devices.” 

“We have a bunch of cool features like shared images,” said Shmov, “but I think it would be really cool to also have a new feature that makes sharing your content much easier.” 

The features that Shiny Server currently offers include:A dedicated Flickr page, where users can upload their own photos to be shared with others. 

A new Flickr feature, where Flickr users can post pictures of any kind. 

An ‘All Photos’ section in the main menu, where you’ll find an option to add a single photo to your library. 

More options on the ‘Photos’ page, which allow users to filter their library by a wide variety of criteria. 

You can also share your photos on social networks, which are not supported in the beta version of the app. 

Shmov said that the features will be rolled out in a future version of Shiny, which will be ready to release.

“We want to make this really easy and fast for users to share their images on the network and make it really easy for us to build more of these new features,” he said.

“So we’re really excited about what we’re doing and excited to share the latest news and information about the new Shiny Server.”

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