Posts with tag: 'Facebook'

NY Times cites WURFL analysis of Facebook’s in-App browser






NY Times Technology writer Farhad Manjoo wrote in his article: “Facebook now derives the vast majority of its revenue from mobile ads. Its sales are growing at a breathtaking clip. People now spend more time on the Facebook app than doing anything else on their phones. Facebook’s embedded web browser — which opens if you click a web link from within the Facebook app — is now used to access nearly as many web pages as the included web browsers on Android and iOS, according to a report by the research firm ScientiaMobile.” Read the entire article here. Download the 2015 […]

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Report from PHP Conference 2013 in Munich Germany: RWD Keynote and HipHop for PHP






The thing about Hip-Hop today is it’s smart, it’s insightful. The way they can communicate a complex message in a very short space is remarkable. – Barack Obama “Morality, it could be argued, represents the way that people would like the world to work, whereas economics represents how it actually does work.”  – Steven D. Levitt, Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything The ScientiaMobile technical team has been on tour. Steve and I just came back from Munich, Germany, where we were invited speakers at the International PHP Conference 2013.  

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Smart TVs and WURFL






  Someone just pinged me about Twitter traffic coming from the Breaking Development conference in Orlando. Jason Grigsby delivered a great presentation about Smart TVs, the next big wave and the one that will make the life of RWDoers even more exciting (yes, it’s irony): http://speakerdeck.com/u/grigs/p/the-immobile-web Among other things, Jason is complaining that Smart TVs are coming, but how to detect them in the jungle of UA strings is left as a not-so-simple exercize for the poor developer. This made me jump on my chair. So much time and effort spent in supporting SmartTVs in WURFL API 1.4 and nobody […]

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