2/23/2018 1:19 PM
How to Build 51Degrees Device Detection as an NGINX Dynamic Module
In this tutorial video we show you how to build 51Degrees Device Detection as an NGINX Dynamic Module.
In this video we go through how to set up our device detection solution on a Linux machine using NGINX, add properties to call from the data file and finally check that the results are being returned as response headers on the site.
10/11/2017 12:23 PM
DeviceAtlas vs 51Degrees Device Detection
Algorithms, performance and accuracy explained
This essential blog compares the approach used by 51Degrees and DeviceAtlas. It describes the high-level operation of each product, areas of difference and associated intellectual property. In simple terms, it will help readers match products to common use cases and formulate tests for evaluation.
10/2/2017 9:00 AM
51Degrees: More Than Three Times Faster!
51Degrees compares performance of our enhanced algorithm on three different commodity hardware platforms.
51Degrees is regularly evaluated against competitors DeviceAtlas and WURFL from ScientiaMobile for performance, accuracy and memory consumption. This blog post builds on the previous performance blog from 2016 with the same commodity hardware; 1) a Raspberry Pi, 2) a low-end desktop PC and 3) a high-end multi CPU server, but using an all new algorithm.
9/20/2017 8:30 AM
Website Optimisation for Apple devices - iPad and iPhone
In 2015 we released a detailed blog on Device Detection for Apple iPhone and iPad. Since then Apple has released many more devices. Identifying Apple devices can be challenging and when putting plans in place to optimise websites for mobile devices like Apple, companies have two choices. Try and run a solution internally or simply have 51Degrees do the work for you with the added benefits of the Apple device properties we provide in our data files.
8/21/2017 1:33 PM
How to Use the New Hash Trie algorithm in Java
51Degrees explains how to call the C Hash Trie API within Java.
This article shows how the new, faster, Hash Trie algorithm can be used in a Java environment. This blog will go through the steps required to create an illustrative example of how to call the C Hash Trie API within Java. Before starting, you will need to get hold of the new Hash Trie source which is available on GitHub.
7/3/2017 2:30 PM
51Degrees Github Repository Housekeeping – Important Update
Reducing repository size to improve performance
51Degrees will be switching to using Git LFS to store our data files.
4/10/2017 9:29 AM
How to use the 51Degrees Java API for Native Google Applications
Based off the Find Profiles Tutorial
Using the 51Degrees Java API, we show you how you can use Native Google App data and enrich it with 51Degrees Device Intellegence.
2/27/2017 11:33 AM
51Degrees is the First Device Detection Solution to Reach 600,000 Combinations.
Device detection databases only provide useful insight if they contain up-to-date combinations of hardware models, operating systems and web browsers. “Device Combinations” is the principle metric used to measure accuracy and breadth. 51Degrees contains over 600,000 currently active and unique permutations of device, OS and browser indexed for web, native apps and telecoms operators
11/28/2016 10:30 AM
Device Detection Performance Analysis
51Degrees compares the Raspberry Pi against two modestly priced Intel platforms.
51Degrees is regularly evaluated against competitors DeviceAtlas and WURFL from ScientiaMobile for performance, accuracy and memory consumption. This blog post builds on a 2015 performance blog with three new commodity hardware benchmarks on; 1) a Raspberry Pi, 2) a low-end desktop PC and 3) a high-end multi CPU server to provide information engineers will find helpful when selecting a device intelligence solution.
9/20/2016 11:37 AM
51Degrees is Google Daydream ready
Large bag of crisps at my side and headset on (‘HMD’ if you must), I nestle into the comfiest armchair in the house. The soft padding of the headgear feels secure and reassuringly weighty as it encloses my skull, and with all peripheral vision also blocked off, I feel I have just announced “Do Not Disturb” to the rest of the household.