Posts with tag: 'InFuze'

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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Load Balancing Now Available with 99% Accurate Device Intelligence






HAProxy Technologies Integrates ScientiaMobile’s WURFL Mobile Device Detection RESTON, Va., Jan. 25, 2017 — HAProxy Technologies, the company behind the world’s most-widely used software load balancer and application delivery controller, has integrated ScientiaMobile’s WURFL InFuze device intelligence to provide enterprises with scalable application delivery while simultaneously driving mobile optimization and device analytics. Available on both HAProxy Community and HAProxy Enterprise Edition (HAPEE), enterprises can now process mobile web traffic by smartphones, tablets, and desktops and pass WURFL’s device intelligence to downstream applications. Benefits: Provides increased flexibility and scalability for load balancing via software on virtualized, containerized, and physical platforms. Supports integration of mobile device intelligence […]

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Lighten up with LIGHTTP






We are proud to announce a new WURFL InFuze module available for Lighttp. Scientiamobile offers WURFL InFuze as a service for those of you that demand a high performance and easily scalable solution for server side device detection. As you may know, Lighttp is a lightweight, high-performance web server that allows you to easily scale your web applications. Lighttp has proven to be a great solution for many high-traffic sites looking to reduce the footprint of their web server. Scientiamobile introduced InFuze for those of you looking to integrate WURFL capabilities into any application at high speed. InFuze is currently […]

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ScientiaMobile Launches WURFL InFuze Device Detection Modules for Node.js and Python






ScientiaMobile, the leader in device detection, adds modules to its high-performance WURFL product to include support for the fast-growing Node.js and Python platforms Scientia Mobile has released two new modules for its WURFL InFuze device detection solution that provide support for the Node.js and Python development platforms. Built upon WURFL InFuze’s high-performance C++ API, these modules return accurate device descriptions and capabilities that can be used with applications which need to handle a mobile dimension. Content services can deliver a web experience that is optimized to a user’s specific device. Data analysis applications can include analysis of mobile traffic to […]

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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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You are not a man until…(WURFL InFuze and Raspberry PI)






“A man is not old until regrets take the place of dreams.“ Pretty much everyone must have heard several instances of the “you are not a man until…” sentence followed by some more or less moronic action. When it comes to C APIs, I suspect that the programming counterpart recently has become “You did not build a real C API until you can compile and run it on a Raspberry PI“. In fact, there seems to be a race to run every bit of software ever conceived on a Raspberry PI. So, it didn’t take much before someone in our […]

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