Posts with tag: 'Nodejs'

Great News for users of the Free WURFL Cloud

“The sky is blue above the clouds.” Pooh We have some great news for those who would like to play around with a professional Device Description Repository such as WURFL, but think that it is either too expensive or too complex to set up. The number of capabilities available to Cloud users has been brought to 5. Previously the number of capabilities in the free WURFL Cloud was 2. This was not a lot for developers who wanted to explore the power of a commercial DDR free of charge. The situation has now improved for them.


WURFL in the Cloud with Node.js

  “JavaScript was my first love, but will it be my last? in this world of trouble, we put Node.js to the test.“ Adapted from a popular song by John Miles I started my professional career as a web programmer. I learned HTML and Perl for CGI scripts while at my last year in college and the only browser was Mosaic. I was excited when Netscape came about and even more so when they introduced some client-side interactivity through LiveScript, soon to be renamed JavaScript (I guess someone in some large company’s marketing department had decided that exploiting the Java wave was a good idea). […]

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