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browser-detect

0.2.28 • Public • Published

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📦 Installation

npm

$ npm install browser-detect

yarn

$ yarn add browser-detect

📃 Example

Web

<script src="node_modules/browser-detect/dist/browser-detect.umd.js"></script>
const result = browserDetect();
console.log(result);

output

{
    name: 'chrome',
    version: '58.0.3029',
    versionNumber: 58.03029,
    mobile: false,
    os: 'Windows NT 10.0'
}

Web with module

import browser from 'browser-detect';
 
const result = browser();
console.log(result);

output

{
    name: 'chrome',
    version: '58.0.3029',
    versionNumber: 58.03029,
    mobile: false,
    os: 'Windows NT 10.0'
}

NodeJS

Just simple :trollface:

const browser = require('browser-detect');
const result = browser();
 
console.log(result);

output

{
    name: 'node',
    version: '9.9.0',
    versionNumber: 9.9,
    mobile: false,
    os: 'win32'
}

NodeJS with Express

const router = express.Router();
const browser = require('browser-detect');
 
router.get('/', req => {
    const result = browser(req.headers['user-agent']);
    console.log(result);
});
 
return router;

output

{
    name: 'ie',
    version: '9.0',
    versionNumber: 9,
    mobile: false,
    os: 'Windows NT 10.0'
}

Or set a middleware and send to res.locals.

// browserDetectMiddleware.js
const browser = require('browser-detect');
 
const MiddleWare = () => req => {
    res.locals.browser = browser(req.headers['user-agent']);
    next();
};
 
module.exports = MiddleWare;
// app.js
 
const express = require('express');
const browserDetectMiddleware = require('./browserDetectMiddleware');
 
const app = express();
app.use(browserDetectMiddleware())

View will can access browser variable.

<!-- view.ejs -->
 
<%=JSON.stringify(browser)%>

output

"{ name: 'firefox', version: '53.0.0', versionNumber: 53, mobile: false, os: 'Windows NT 10.0' }"

📃 Demo

Web

  • open examples/client.html by your browser.

NodeJS

  • open command or terminal
  • move directory to browser-detect path that you download
  • type following code
$ node ./examples/server.js

⚡️ Type

name type description example
name string a browser name ie, chrome, firefox
version string browser or node version 59.2.22
versionNumber number browser or node number casted to number 59.222
mobile boolean if browser is in mobile environment, it will be true ture
os string os type name Windows NT 10.0

🚩 Roadmap

  • detect browser both compatible client and server
  • support AMD and CommonJS module feature
  • support typings
  • support guideline and documentations for contributors
  • support browser compatity to IE7
  • support to detect mobile and OS
  • support CI (TravisCI)
  • support unit tests
  • support e2e tests
  • suport cdn

🔎 Compatibility

  • IE 7+
  • Chrome (Windows, MacOS)
  • Edge
  • Firefox
  • Safari (Windows, MacOS)
  • Opera
  • Android
  • Chromium Browsers (Will be named chrome)

:octocat: Contribution

environment

  1. clone project from Github
$ git clone git@github.com:KennethanCeyer/browser-detect.git
  1. install npm packages
cd browser-detect
$ npm install
  1. build sources
$ npm run build

test

$ npm run test

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