5/17/2018 3:08 PM
51Degrees API Capabilities
PHP, LUA, Go, Varnish and NGINX updates
The 51Degrees Device Detection software allows an application to determine the exact details about a user’s device. We support many programming language versions and have made some recent enhancements that are relevant for anyone using PHP, LUA and Go.
6/18/2015 5:06 PM
List of all Web Enabled Devices and Associated Browsers
Use the 51Degrees .NET API to return meta data about device combinations
Many 51Degrees customers are using the consistent and high quality meta data within 51Degrees to drive related reporting solutions and user interfaces. This blog post contains a short C# code snippet for returning related unique combinations of meta data values. It's intended to show how easy such queries are to produce in .NET with 51Degrees and provide example code for those wishing to access device meta data.
10/24/2014 12:23 PM
Redirection in .NET
Not only for mobiles
In this article you will discover that 51Degrees for .NET can be used to redirect any devices, not just the mobile ones.
10/3/2014 8:03 AM
PHP and .NET
Version 18.104.22.168 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.
9/26/2014 11:34 AM
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.
7/30/2014 2:54 PM
Mobile and Tablet Device Detection with MVC5
Linking 51Degrees Device Detection Repository to MVC Views
If you could easily tell what type device was on your site, your server can make intelligent decisions about what content, scripts, and styles to send without you needing to worry about cross browser support for every part of your web application. This blog post shows how easy it is to address these issues with the new features of Microsoft MVC5.
5/27/2014 2:10 PM
Version 3 Device Detection
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
3/27/2012 4:39 PM
Ingeniux expands its mobile web capabilities with 51Degrees.mobi
Ingeniux Corporation, a leading provider of web and social content management software, today announced it has licensed the 51Degrees.mobi mobile Premium Device Data for distribution with the Ingeniux CMS web content management and Cartella community and collaboration software.
With 51Degrees.mobi fully integrated within Ingeniux CMS and Cartella, Ingeniux customers can easily target web content to mobile devices, preview content display on a wide range of devices, and accelerate development of advanced mobile features.
2/28/2012 10:49 AM
Integrating 51D Framework - .Net Mobile Toolkit with existing ASP.Net web application
This blog briefs on the steps involved in configuring the 51D Framework - .Net Mobile Toolkit with an existing ASP.Net application. These steps are common to ASP.Net web applications based on .Net 2.0 and .Net 4.0.
Integrating the 51D Framework with an existing ASP.Net web application involves configuring the licence key, defining required custom configurations and referring to appropriate version of Framework assemblies.
Let's look at each step in brief assuming you have already installed the 51D Framework - .Net Mobile Toolkit.
2/17/2012 11:47 AM
Implement Store Finder in 6 simple steps and 10 minutes
This is a guide explaining how to create a mobile web page that contains the nearest 'real world' retail stores to a user's mobile device, based on the current position. There are just 6 simple steps.
A completed project containing the results of these steps is available to download later on in this article. You will need to add a Framework licence key to the bin folder for the project to operate.