The Social API project is divided into four different modules. One of them is Social Widgets (social_widgets), which covers widgets (sometimes called plugins but for the Social API plugins refers to something else) such as buttons (like, tweet, share, etc.), embedded content (post, videos, tweets, etc.), among other things.
So since my last entry about the progress done with the Social API project, I have been working on adapting the functionality of Facebook Like Button (fblikebutton) to work with the Social API and Social Widgets.
The initial point was to declare a module called Facebook Buttons (facebook_buttons) as a integration of Social Widgets, so the module will be listed in the configuration environment of the Social API. To declare a module as a integration of Social Widgets, a Network Plugin must be declared similar to the following.