Archive for May 2014

InFuze Node.js with WURFL

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. “ScientiaMobile has always paid particular attention to the community of developers” – said Luca Passani, ScientiaMobile’s CTO. “This includes paying attention to developers of platforms different from Java, PHP and ASP.NET. While Node.js is not equally popular, Node.js is a platform that has attracted amazing interest […]

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Python Grabs WURFL InFuze And Squeezes Out Analytics

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. Customers have asked for a WURFL API for Python. ScientiaMobile offers Python access to our WURFL Cloud service.  This Cloud service approach may work for some people, but for folks with high volume who want more control, we offer a different approach with WURFL InFuze for Python. The beauty of WURFL InFuze is that it provides […]

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Valgrind Your Memory Leaks Away

  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. So what happens when you test your application with Valgrind’s Memcheck tool and it tells you that you are leaking memory left and right?  This is never a good feeling, but don’t worry, it happens to the best of us.  The first thing to keep in mind is that many memory leaks reported by Valgrind are actually false positives […]

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