Posts with tag: 'Golang'

ScientiaMobile Launches WURFL Microservice on Amazon Web Services Marketplace

Enterprises and Government Organizations can now Easily Deploy and Scale Device Detection RESTON, Va., Dec. 20, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — ScientiaMobile added a new product to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace making it the first product on the marketplace to offer device detection. ScientiaMobile’s WURFL Microservice enables companies and public sector organizations to improve their web optimization, advertising, and analytics. WURFL Microservice delivers highly accurate device intelligence to enterprises embracing a microservice architecture. Not only is WURFL the most accurate solution in the industry (more than 99 percent accurate) with weekly updates, but it also has the most complete […]

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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 Device Detection 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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