Get the pixel-based resolution of the host device.
Include this script and then do something like this:
console;// device resolution is 1
device resolution is obtained differently depending upon browser (webkit or non-webkit).
Webkit environments provide easy access to device resolution:
// webkitresolution = windowdevicePixelRatio;// spidermonkeywindowmatches
devicePixelRatio values are
2.25. This document has examples using these values.
Better understand this script by viewing its source.
resolutiondppx may be downloaded directly or installed through
$ npm install resolutiondppx
$ git clone$ cd resolutiondppx && npm install
resolutiondppx to a string value.
console;// device resolution is 1console;// 1console
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