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Where Should I Put a Custom DetectXXX() Block?

Wow! Where has the year gone?!? How can it be September already? It’s been a beautiful year and it’s gone by so quickly… An MIT alum and entrepreneur wrote me recently with a good question. While building out and testing

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Download the Live API Demo Pages!

Hi, folks — Numerous people have written me asking if they could download the Live API Demo pages we’ve posted over at Hand Interactive. They wanted to be able to see the API calls in context within real HTML code.

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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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How To: PHP – Enable Features for Specific Devices

Here’s another quick example on how to use MobileESP project code to optimize your web site. Let’s say that you have a single web page optimized for all iPhone Tier devices. This tier of devices includes iPhone, iPod Touch, Android,

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How To: PHP Redirects

We get a lot of questions about using the MobileESP project code in practice. Here’s one example on how to redirect browser traffic to optimized content. In this scenario, we put a PHP file in the root of a web

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