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MobileESP in Action: The OpenCart Mobile Framework

Hi, folks —

We recently received an email from Rumen Dmitrov who told us how he’s using MobileESP in his commercial project…

“I use MobileESP as an essential part of my new project called OpenCart Mobile Framework¬†http://bit.ly/rxJ8Ot. MobileESP cares for the automatic mobile device detection which I use to redirect visitors to a dedicated mobile theme.¬†This helps me have separate mobile and desktop page templates which increases the speed of any OpenCart store by 2700% when accessed on mobile.

“I knew I had to find a way to detect devices on the server, and not through media queries, because the mobile-first approach starts on the server. If I had thought otherwise the mobile visitors would have been burdened by having to download 500k of useless (on mobiles) data and having to reformat it.”

We would like to showcase more projects using MobileESP. Please send me (Anthony) an email about how your project is using MobileESP, and we’ll post a note here on the blog!



Owner of the MobileESP project. For the latest source code downloads, visit: https://github.com/ahand/mobileesp

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