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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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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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WURFL Microservice for Azure: a Tutorial

Mar 2nd, 2020

This tutorial on WURFL Microservice for Azure hinges on a demo inspired by the Event Streams use case. WURFL VMs available on the Azure Marketplace can be used to deploy a WURFL API in minutes with no need to obtain an explicit license from ScientiaMobile (as it is normally the case with “classical” on-prem WURFL APIs). In this tutorial we use .NET Core, but the use case can easily be supported with other programming languages, other cloud vendors and other data analysis platforms.

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WURFL Microservice for AWS: a Tutorial

Feb 20th, 2020

This tutorial on WURFL Microservice for AWS hinges on a demo inspired by the Event Streams use case. WURFL AMIs available on the AWS Marketplace can be used to deploy a WURFL API in minutes with no need to obtain an explicit license from ScientiaMobile (as it is normally the case with “classical” on-prem WURFL APIs). In this tutorial we use Java, but the use case can easily be supported with other programming languages, other cloud vendors and other data analysis platforms.

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Legacy Package Deprecation for WURFL OnSite API for Java

Apr 25th, 2018

Our team has been working hard on the upcoming release of the WURFL OnSite API for Java (v1.9.4.0), 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).

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Keeping Smartphones Smart

Feb 28th, 2018

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 four

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Introducing WURFL Microservice for Docker

Jan 30th, 2018

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.

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Most Popular Apple iPhone Launch Results: November to December 2017

Dec 20th, 2017

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 the

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Introducing WURFL Microservice for AWS

Dec 20th, 2017

Luca Passani, CTO @ScientiaMobile

The golden rule: can you make a change to a service and deploy it by itself without changing anything else?

― Sam Newman, Building Microservices

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