Posts with tag: 'Golang'

ScientiaMobile Adds Golang Module to WURFL Device Detection






ScientiaMobile Releases WURFL for Golang API to Serve the Growing Community of Enterprises that Require Elegant, Performant, Multi-Threaded Solutions for High-Traffic Services   RESTON, Va., March 30, 2017  — ScientiaMobile has released a new module of its WURFL InFuze device detection solution for the next-generation language Golang. Building on Golang’s strength as a compiled language for concurrent transactions and scalability, WURFL InFuze provides developers with easy integration of mobile device intelligence for their server-side applications. “We have seen new and existing customers adopt Golang as the programming language of choice. This is hardly surprising. Elegance, the speed of a compiled […]

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Golang and WURFL: an Overdue Marriage

golang device detection with WURFL






“It does not matter how slowly you GO as LANG as you do not stop” – Confucius, slightly adapted Golang Device Detection and WURFL: A Great Opportunity By Luca Passani, CTO @ScientiaMobile Here at ScientiaMobile, we have heard requests over the last several years for a WURFL API that supported the Go programming language (AKA golang). Technically speaking, the idea of supporting golang has been attractive. But then again, a lot of other languages and technologies were worthy of WURFL support. We had to prioritize. Compared to other opportunities in the industry, golang consistently fell a little short. Nevertheless, we […]

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