Check if mobile browser, based on useragent string.
var mobile = ;console;// => false
Returns true if a mobile browser is being used. If you don't specify
user-agent it will use
Returns true if the given node.js http request comes with a mobile user agent header.
var http = ;var mobile = ;var server = http;server;
With npm do:
npm install is-mobile
Bundle for the browser with browserify.
Taken from detectmobilebrowsers.com.
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