Our team has been working hard on the upcoming release of the WURFL OnSite API for Java (v220.127.116.11), which will be the last release to contain support for the legacy package name (net.sourceforge.wurfl) and the legacy release package. There’s a lot of information below about the package name and why we’re doing it, but the most important thing to know is that current customers need to update to the new package name (com.scientiamobile) to avoid any disruptions to their project(s).Read More
At ScientiaMobile, we take pride in having the highest quality device detection solution available which is why we are constantly keeping pace with the changing mobile landscape (so you don’t have to). [Check out our Mobile Overview Report for up-to-date mobile analytics]. More than fourRead More
Today, we launched WURFL Microservice for Docker, an extension to the WURFL Microservice product line that we already have for AWS. If you are not familiar with microservices, I recommend that you read this post to make sense of why a WURFL REST API server may be a good idea and why Docker can be a great option for deploying it.Read More
At the beginning of the iPhone X launch, there were many challenges to get the phone into the hands of consumers, but one thing is for sure, its select consumer group with a higher willingness-to-pay is smaller than that of theRead More
In previous MOVR reports, we explored how frequently phones and tablets were held in portrait orientation (vs. landscape). In the MOVR 2017 Q3, we broke out Apple devices from Android.Read More
Have you ever wondered how the model and characteristics of your phone, TV, or computer are being analyzed and used? Well that’s device detection! It allows a website to create a page that’s optimized for a device model, browser, and operating system. Using device detection, websites can ensure a great user experience and improve performance.