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19

Aug

2011

Create Your Own .NET Mobile Detection Cloud Service to use with PHP

Author: Anonym
Need effective device detection but aren't using .NET? Then worry not, this guide will show you how to go about making your own detection cloud service and then how to access it with PHP.
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18

Aug

2011

Affiliate & Reseller Programmes Launched

Since the launch of 51Degrees.mobi Framework we've received a steady stream of inquiries from re-sellers and small businesses seeking to resell 51Degrees.mobi, or earn commission via affiliate marketing and lead referrals. In order to standardise these agreements 51Degrees.mobi has launched an affiliate programme enabling authorised parties to drive traffic to 51Degrees.mobi and earn a 15% commission on subsequent purchases. For those seeking to have a deeper relationship with the customer a reseller programme is also available for some markets.

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Categories: News

Tags: Reseller

10

Aug

2011

How to Add Google Ads to a Mobile Web Site

In the last few months I've had several questions from 51Degrees.mobi Framework users asking how to implement google adverts on their web sites. Google have a very simple piece of javascript that can be used with high end phones. However this won't work on all phones, and as those familiar with 51Degrees.mobi will know we don't like to exclude people because they don't have the high end phones. The ASP provided for all phones won't work in ASP.NET and requires some tweaking to get working. This blog explains how to use Google AdSense and an ASP.NET user control to get Google Ads on a web page in minutes.

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Categories: Development

Tags: Google, Mobile, Web

9

Aug

2011

51Degrees.mobi Foundation and Windows Azure

Author: Anonym
The blog is a brief guide on how to use 51Degrees.mobi Foundation with the Windows Azure Cloud Service. There have been changes to accommodate the cloud and this will show you what needs doing to detect mobile browsers on your bit of cloud.
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28

Jul

2011

Using 51Degrees.mobi within Sharepoint

Author: Anonym
This blog is a step by step guide on how to to configure Sharepoint 2010 so that it can use 51Degrees.mobi Framework components.
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21

Jul

2011

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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11

Jul

2011

How To Add a "Visit Mobile Web Site" Link To Your Web Site

Forward thinking web sites will have at least 2 different versions of their content. 1 for mobile browsers, and the other for the big screen desktop and laptop devices. 51Degrees.mobi does an excellent job of detecting the device type and redirecting the device to the correct content. To provide users with choice and enable them to switch between the different versions.

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Categories: Development

Tags: Mobile

7

Jul

2011

Get Your Web Site Ready for Android

According to comScore the top Smart Phone OS platform in the US is Google Android.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Apple, Android

24

Jun

2011

Sitecore use 51Degrees.mobi for Mobile Device Detection

51Degrees.mobi is now integrated into Sitecore’s Mobile Device Detection software. Sitecore is one of the leading CMS platforms based on Microsoft technologies used by 27,000 companies worldwide.

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Tags: CMS, Sitecore

22

Jun

2011

E-Mail and Text Messaging - How to Support Mobile Devices?

Ensuring customers can easily read and act on the content sent to them via email or text message is becoming increasingly important to businesses. According to our Mobile Analytics service 7.2% of all web requests in the United States in May 2011 were from mobile phones or tablets. An email designed for a desktop or laptop email client such as Outlook, or a browser based e-mail service like Hotmail or Gmail won’t look very nice when viewed on the small screen of even the most high end smartphone. There’s simply too much content, pictures and links.

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Categories: Analysis

Tags: Mobile, Email

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Top smartphone OS platforms
  Share of smartphone subscribers
Feb 2011 May 2011 Point change
Total smartphone subscribers 100.0% 100.0%
Google Android 33.0% 38.1% 5.1
Apple iOS 25.2% 26.6% 1.4
RIM (BlackBerry) 28.9% 24.7% -4.2
Microsoft Windows Phone 7.7% 5.8% -1.9
Palm webOS