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Download New PHP & JavaScript Samples!

Hi, folks — A few people have asked for simple examples using MobileESP. I’m most familiar with PHP and JavaScript, so I whipped up a few super basic samples. These examples illustrate how easy it is to include MobileESP code

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On Hiatus for Winter Holidays

This is just a quick note to let you know that I’m taking a few weeks off for the holidays. And to move to Silicon Valley! It’s a new job with a large consumer electronics company in their new mobile

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MobileESP Live Demos Now Available: PHP & JavaScript

We took advantage of this long Thanksgiving holiday weekend to put together two comprehensive demos of the MobileESP APIs. Now you can see not only all of the available function calls listed and grouped in one handy list, but you

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MobileESP: Ported to Ruby!

One of the web developers using MobileESP has ported the code library to Ruby. How cool is that?!? If you’re a Ruby enthusiast, you can download the latest version of MobileESP from GitHub at: Martin has made a few

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Test your device!

We published a device detection page on the Hand Interactive web site. It doesn’t test all of the API methods at this time, just some of them. A web page to provide results for¬†all of the API methods is coming

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Updated: Added Support for Windows Phone 7

I recently got my hands on the Windows Phone 7 SDK from Microsoft. The browser in the device emulator appears to support most or all of the CSS and JavaScript features you would expect for an iPhone Tier device. (The

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Introducing the MobileESP Project!

Don’t you wish there were an easy way to detect whether your web site visitor is connecting with a desktop PC or a mobile device of some sort? When you install the FREE MobileESP source code on your web site,

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