Archive for February 2014

ScientiaMobile Announces WURFL.js, a Free Service for Web Developers

Today, ScientiaMobile, the company behind the popular WURFL Device Description Repository has announced WURFL.js, a globally available device detection application that allows websites to improve the user experience for mobile devices. Developers will just need to add a reference to the http://wurfljs.com/wurfl.js script in their pages, and a Javascript object representing a device make, model and form factor will be made available to them.

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Jon Arne Saeteraas Appointed VP of Innovation at ScientiaMobile

ScientiaMobile Inc, the company behind WURFL, the Wireless Universal Resource FiLe, has appointed mobile-web expert Jon Arne Saeteraas as VP of Innovation. Jon Arne will be responsible for the design of new tools offered to mobile web developers worldwide, both free and commercial. Prior to this, Jon Arne Sæteraas was the Head of the Products and Innovation team at Mobiletech AS and recently launched WhateverWeb.com.

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ScientiaMobile Releases Version 1.5.1 of its WURFL API for Mobile Device Detection

Improved device, operating system, and browser identification available across all WURFL products Today, ScientiaMobile has released version 1.5.1 of its WURFL API.  This new release further improves matching and recognition accuracy of new devices, operating systems, and browsers while refining many of the new functionalities found in the recent WURFL 1.5 API. Major improvements found in version 1.5.1 include better detection of new iOS and Microsoft devices. “We are excited by the improvements that version 1.5 brought in terms of new virtual capabilities, capability filtering, and reduced memory footprint.  With this new API version, we are continuing to enhance our […]

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ScientiaMobile Presents Emerging Methods in Cross-Platform Mobile Development for Government Markets at MoDevGov on Feburary 26th

ScientiaMobile’s COO Steve Kamerman will present “Sustainable Solutions For Function And Content Parity Across Devices” at MoDevGov, an event dedicated to designing mobile-centric services for the government market. Government agencies face challenges in accessibility, design, security and big data management. Kamerman will discuss cutting-edge techniques that can help governmental organizations improve their mobile web development initiatives, including using device detection solutions to enhance the user experience.

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ScientiaMobile to Exhibit WURFL Device Detection Solutions at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona

ScientiaMobile will exhibit its WURFL device detection solutions at Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona, Hall 5, Stand 5G77 on February 24-27. Meet with the ScientiaMobile team and discuss how device detection can improve your services.

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