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3

Oct

2014

Distributions Update

PHP and .NET

Version 3.1.6.6 will shortly be released as stable for .NET with several important changes. PHP to be updated to correctly work with transparent pixels in .PNG images.

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Categories: Development

Tags: PHP, Update, NET

26

Sep

2014

Image Resizing For Mobile Devices

Using 51Degrees Image Optimiser In .NET, PHP and Java

Images and graphics can often cause websites to take a significant amount of time to load and constitute a large chunk of traffic. This is especially a problem for devices with slow Internet connection. Using RWD does not eliminate this problem either. This article will demonstrate how easy it is to use 51Degrees Image Optimiser and provide two examples in PHP.

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Categories: Development

Tags: Java, PHP, NET

27

May

2014

Version 3 Device Detection

General Availability

Following live trials lasting more than 6 months we're delighted to announce version 3 of the 51Degrees device detection solution is fully released.

Available to all, including free Lite users, key improvements include:

  • Over 100 times faster device detection
  • Reduced memory consumption and faster start up times
  • Automatic image optimisation (PHP, Java and .NET)
  • Future proof algorithms supporting potentially millions of device combinations
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20

Jun

2013

Understanding Devices That Browse Your Website

Author: Anonym

Understanding what devices are browsing your website and their capabilities is key to optimising your website for mobile. I have put together some small code examples showing how you can gain this sort of knowledge using 51Degrees Device Detection, allowing you to fully optimise your mobile users web experience.

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9

Apr

2013

Automatic PHP Updates With Cron

Author: Anonym

51Degrees.mobi Detector for PHP ensures that the Premium Data file is kept up to date by offering an update feature that will download and apply any new data released by 51Degrees.mobi. Unfortunately, a vanilla PHP install will only respond to web requests, so cannot be made to update by itself regularly.

This guide outlines how to create a Cron job to automatically update your Premium Data file in a PHP environment.

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Categories: Development

Tags: PHP

2

Oct

2012

51degrees.mobi PHP Device Detection using PHPCloud

51Degrees.mobi is compatible with the Zend developer cloud, "PHPCloud", without the need for php extensions. This short guide will show you how to implement the 51Degrees.mobi PHP device detection API using the developer cloud.

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2

Oct

2012

51Degrees.mobi device detection with the Zend Framework and Zend Server

51Degrees.mobi is compatable with the Zend Framework without the need for plugins. In this short guide, I will show you how to implement the The 51Degrees.mobi PHP device detection API into a Zend framework project running on a Zend application server. Although this article has been written with Zend server in mind, the principals will apply to any other PHP compatible application server.
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4

May

2012

May 2012 - News Letter

Find out what's new at 51Degrees.mobi in our May 2012 news letter. Topics include...

Over the Air 2012 New PHP Beta RingMark Integration New Partners
Over the Air 2012 PHP RingMark
Ingeniux DotNetNuke
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Categories: News

Tags: PHP, DotNetNuke, Ingeniux

4

May

2012

51Degrees.mobi introduces simple mobile device detection for PHP developers

51Degrees.mobi, the leading provider of device detection and web optimisation solutions, has expanded its portfolio to include PHP. The PHP scripting language is powerful and flexible, making it a popular choice for web site developers. Around a third of all websites currently use PHP.

This means even more developers and site owners can now discover whether the visiting device is a tablet, whether it’s a smart phone, what the screen size is – and they can then adjust the online content accordingly.

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Categories: News

Tags: Device Detection, Mobile, PHP, Web

24

Apr

2012

There's no sign of a cloud when we talk about mobile device detection

The weather outside may be a typically damp British April - but here at 51Degrees.mobi there’s not a cloud in the sky. We’ve developed a mobile device detection solution that doesn’t rely on a ‘cloud’ connection every time there’s a new visitor to your mobile web site.

As far as we’re concerned, cloud services are very well-suited to location-based services and other applications that require vast quantities of data. They’re also often a practical solution when information needs to be shared but needs to be controlled or monitored as well.

However, mobile device detection is a completely different type of situation.

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