51 Degrees Java API now also available on Scala
March 05, 2015 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsIt is now possible to get 51Degrees device detection working with Scala as it has become available as an option for customers this week.
A recent blog entitled 51 Degrees Java API now also available on Scala released this week on the website explains the Scala option more fully. This announcement comes off the back of a number of recent updates on product developments from 51Degrees, including the decision to include a cloud service in the product offering and the most recent unveiling of the Digital Globe project.
51Degrees was founded in 2009 by James Rosewell and is the home of THE fastest and most accurate Device Detection software available. Originating from the 51Degrees Open Source Foundation project, over 1,500,000 websites now use 51Degress to detect mobile devices and redirect initial requests to a mobile friendly home page optimized for the user.
The company serves many of the world's leading brands including Unilever, eBay, Microsoft, IBM, Hyundai and T-Mobile, and as well as its flagship device detection software, the product portfolio spans responsive web design tools, image optimization and enhanced analytics.
Based in Reading, UK, the company name originated from its geographical latitude at 51 Degrees. Since launching the company in 2009 51Degrees has expanded rapidly and its solutions are deployed in over 150 countries across every continent around the world.
For more information visit www.51degrees.com or contact Kelly McAdden Kelly@51degrees.com