The WURFL is an XML configuration file which contains information about capabilities and features of many mobile devices. WURFL Web Service provides a RESTful interface to the WURFL database. If a user is writing a web application for mobile phones and needs to know the capabilities of a specific device, they can use this service to query the exact capabilities of the device without having to build an implementation of WURFL. Responses are returned in JSON format.
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The WURFL .NET SDK is a Device Description Repository (DDR) that enables applications to map HTTP requests to a description of the capability of the mobile device that requests the page. This framework is written in .NET.
The WURFL is a Device Description Repository (DDR), or framework that enables applications to map HTTP requests to a description of the capability of the mobile device that requests the page. This framework is written in Java.