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InFuze Node.js with WURFL

May 29th, 2014

We are happy to announce the addition of a Node.js Module for our high performance C++ API to deliver server-side device detection at the blazing fast speeds that a Node.js application deserves. We have also made the installation process just as fast by allowing you to install the module with a single `npm install` command.

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Python Grabs WURFL InFuze And Squeezes Out Analytics

May 7th, 2014

by Filip Sufitch , the Python Handler

Python programmers frequently deal with huge amounts of Web log data. Many of them want device capabilities to be a part of that data so they can analyze how various device types and capabilities impact Web usage.

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Valgrind Your Memory Leaks Away

May 6th, 2014

If you are not already familiar with using Valgrind, it is an excellent tool for finding and debugging pesky memory leaks in C and C++ programs.  Even the smallest memory leak can cause a high performance application to crash over time.

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When WURFL marries Client-Side: Introducing WURFL.js

Apr 5th, 2014

One month ago, we announced WURFL.js (pron: WURFL DOT J-S), but we had not mentioned it on our blog yet. The “trial period” is over and it is time to promote the new beautiful creature a bit more prominently. There’s a lot to be gained for developers here.

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WURFL Adds Maven Support for Java Programmers!

Mar 18th, 2014

We are proud to announce that we have made it even easier to include the WURFL API into your Java project with the introduction of a private Maven repository!

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From the Cloud with Love and Only the User Agent String

Jan 29th, 2014

by Dino Esposito, our WURFL Developer Evangelist for Microsoft Technologies and .NET Guru

When we designed the WURFL cloud API, we mostly thought of a web-based world. For this reason, the ASP.NET API requires an HttpContext object and uses it to understand just about  everything about the incoming request.

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WURFL Capabilities Got Virtual

Jan 27th, 2014

The WURFL platform has supported virtual capabilities in its WURFL Cloud service for a while. Now, with the release of the API 1.5, virtual capabilities have been revised and extended to the WURFL OnSite, WURFL InFuze and WURFL InSight frameworks. In this post, we discuss virtual capabilities and how to use them in .NET applications.

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Using WURFL for Device Detection

Jan 13th, 2014

For over 10 years, the WURFL Project has provided device detection through SourceForge. For many developers, WURFL is the first step in creating a great mobile experience. With the founding of ScientiaMobile, we have investing in new and  innovative products.

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The Shifting Sands of Device Identifiers

Dec 11th, 2013

One of the key identifiers that WURFL uses to detect devices is the user agent (UA) string. This string morphs based on the device, OS version, browser version and several other dimensions. Over the lifecycle of a device, that device’s user agent will change – especially if you are gadget geek who upgrades, experiments with alternate browsers, or generally fiddles around with his/her phone or tablet.

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Making Mobile Device Detection Easy for Analysts

Dec 3rd, 2013

You are a data Cuisinart – slicing and dicing and analyzing all day long.  You have laid your hands on weblogs and you would love to figure out a whole bunch of questions related to mobile. Like, how many android tablets are using your web site?  How many non-smartphones?

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