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Use WURFL Device Detection With NGINX for Mobile-Optimized Website, Faster Loading Images

Oct 2nd

Here is a great video of our Founder and CTO Luca Passani speaking at NGINX Conf 2017. Luca gives a quick overview of how to use WURFL InFuze Device Detection with NGINX  to develop a mobile-optimized website.

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Slow Loading Images in Responsive Web Design? Solve with ImageEngine and NGINX Plus

Sep 28th

[the following was originally published on the NGINX Blog]

Responsive web design (RWD) has been around for some time, making it through the “hype cycle” and finding its way to the “plateau of productivity”. With RWD, web developers possess frameworks and guidelines on how to make their design adjust dynamically to the browser window and, to some extent, to the form factor of users’ devices.

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Embracing Enterprise: WURFL is now a Certified Module for NGINX Plus

May 18th

At the beginning of my professional career I was a staunch supporter of Open Source. As a young engineer, I had no budget, I was not supposed to have a budget, and I had been trained by my years in college to do things without a budget. After all, why use money on projects when using time to hack things together was so much cheaper?

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Load Balance for NGINX with WURFL InFuze

May 17th

NGINX provides flexible software-based load balancing. And now with the WURFL InFuze for NGINX Plus module, you can quickly inject WURFL’s device intelligence into NGINX Plus’ load balancing logic.

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

Mar 20th

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.

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HTTP and Mobile: The Missing Header

Oct 2nd

I cannot count the times I heard someone wonder why on earth device manufacturers never added an HTTP header that would make it obvious that an HTTP request is coming from a mobile device. I typically had witty answers to that question. ‘The header existed. It was called UAProf. Apple killed it’.

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