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New version of 51Degrees.mobi data now includes 3D device detection

A new version of 51Degrees.mobi device data is available from today.

Our Premium data set now includes two new properties to identify handsets with a 3D-compatible display and 3D camera. In addition, the regular weekly update for new and amended device specifications has taken place.


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Apache Mobile Filter supports 51Degrees.mobi

51Degrees.mobi, the leading provider of device detection, web optimisation and mobile analytics solutions, has been adopted as a data source by Apache Mobile Filter, the leading provider of mobile detection services for Apache.

Apache Mobile Filter extends the Apache web server to detect mobile devices accessing the web server and provides the developer enhanced information about the device. The web page returned from web server can be customised to better meet the needs of the requesting device.

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Put 51Degrees.mobi to the test

Our mobile web site demonstrates how our device data, device detection and web optimisation can produce an online experience tailor-made for each mobile device.

Visit 51Degrees.mobi from your handset to learn more... or scan our QR code on your mobile phone.

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51Degrees.mobi launches two new device detection products to support the mobile development community

51Degrees.mobi, the leading provider of device detection, web optimisation and mobile analytics solutions, has today launched two new device detection databases for developers wanting to build the very best mobile web experiences.
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51Degrees.mobi Mobile Detection Outside of IIS

Author: Anonym

51Degrees.mobi has a proven record of fast, reliable detection on ASP.NET website but it has always been restricted to environments within IIS. The 1.2 release has now changed this and detection can now be used offline outside of IIS from any .NET code. To show how, I have made two example projects showing local based detection; a lightweight command line implementation, and a slightly more advanced GUI driven based version.

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