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How to design high throughput and low latency NoSQL deployments

ScyllaDB Migration: How to design high throughput and low latency NoSQL deployments

Yuan Ren, Head of Data Science at mParticle, discusses our ScyllaDB migration and how to process 50 billion monthly messages via NoSQL deployments.

Yuan Ren – August 24, 2017

Location services best practices

Many mobile apps can greatly improve their users’ experience by making use of information on users’ whereabouts. A hotel app…

Dalmo Cirne – December 02, 2014
5 tips for integrating SDKs the right way

5 tips for integrating SDKs the right way

Learn how to integrate SDKs into your mobile data strategy holistically with these five tips from our head of SDK engineering, Sam Dozor.

Abril McCloud – October 18, 2017

Introducing Support for Cordova on Android and iOS

With mParticle's server-based architecture, your Cordova app will perform better with our single lightweight SDK than it would a series of other SDKs.

Sam Dozor – June 07, 2017

Introducing support for Unity on Android and iOS

We are excited to announce that mParticle now supports Unity on Android and iOS!

Sam Dozor – May 10, 2017

The App Gap: Why Customer Data Platform installations fail

David Spitz – February 14, 2017

Hyperloglog Algorithm: A must-know for data scientists

Hyperloglog (HLL), a powerful streaming algorithm, helps mParticle deliver real-time analytics products. Learn why it's a must-know for data scientists.

Yuan Ren – October 23, 2014

Make the right mobile architecture decisions

David Spitz – August 30, 2016

Behind the script: Building a Roku SDK

mParticle's Sam Dozor walks us through building our open source Roku SDK and the many eccentricities of the platform that made the experience so unique.

Sam Dozor – February 09, 2017

App marketing using audience targeting

By applying good business sense and using technologies such as mParticle, app marketing to mobile users via audience targeting doesn't have to be a chore.

Paul Mander – April 14, 2015

The problem with app updates: Communication breakdown

While apps continue to make improvements from the time they launch, app stores don’t offer them a means to share progress within app updates.

Coby Berman – August 12, 2015

Which mobile SDK should I put in my app?

It’s easy to see how people can arrive at this question. However, asking which mobile SDK you should put in your app is entirely the wrong question to ask.

Paul Mander – June 30, 2015