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Getting Started with Rust and WURFL

Sep 20th, 2021

Rust has been on Stack Overflow most loved languages list for the last four years. Wow. What makes the Rust programming language so popular?

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WURFL and Machine Learning

Mar 1st, 2021

Explore how to use WURFL device detection to discover new correlations in data, and ultimately leverage Machine Learning (ML) techniques to create regression models and classifiers. This allows organizations to make predictions about user behavior based on WURFL device detection data.

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Apple iPhone 11 Versus 12 Launch Comparison

Feb 23rd, 2021

In our 2020 Q4 Mobile Overview Report (MOVR), we focused on specific growth between the launch of Apple iPhone 11 compared to the launch of the Apple iPhone 12.

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Apache NiFi Data Flow with WURFL Device Enrich Processor

Jan 28th, 2021

Add device detection to your Apache NiFi HTTP and User-Agent data flow using the WURFL Device Enrich Processor extension.

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Google, Surrealism and the Privacy Budget

Jan 26th, 2021

Google, the company that knows virtually everything about each of us (in addition to Facebook), tracks our every move online, has us sign on to every Google service via all the devices we own, is telling us… they don’t like that other companies can identify users too, and that fingerprinting is BAD.
Wow. THAT’S SURREAL!

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WURFL Device Detection Splunk Add-on

Jan 6th, 2021

Use the WURFL Device Detection Splunk Add-on to enrich your Splunk event stream. Now you can accurately identify mobile devices, tablets, and a number of other form factors inside of Splunk.

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WURFL Microservice Pyspark Device Detection Tutorial

Oct 27th, 2020

Learn how to combine Spark, Python, and WURFL to add device detection to your event stream or log analytics.

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WURFL Microservice Filter Plugin for Logstash

Sep 30th, 2020

The WURFL device detection filter plugin will enrich event streams with device information. Just attach a WURFL Microservice using our Logstash plugin, and start analyzing devices and their characteristics in the ELK stack. 

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Integrating WURFL Microservice with Spark Streaming

Sep 14th, 2020

This article builds on the assumption that the reader is familiar with Apache Spark and the world of analyzing large amounts of data in parallel. Spark Streaming is an extension of the core Spark API that enables scalable, high-throughput, fault-tolerant stream processing of live data streams. In this post we look at integration of Spark with WURFL for device detection through User-Agent analysis.

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How To Identify Connected TV and OTT Streaming Devices for Advertising

Aug 31st, 2020

Device detection helps Connected TV and OTT video advertising become more targeted and effective. Both Demand Side Platforms (DSP) and Supply Side Platforms (SSP) benefit from using WURFL device capabilities.

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