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JavaScript Browser Detection

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Java Script browser detection is based on the "navigator" object, which could just be thought of as the browser.

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Browser Properties

Java Script defines eight properties browsers can report:

  Browser Properties  Discription
 appCodeName  Specifies the code name of the browser.
 appName  Specifies the name of the browser.
 appVersion  Specifies version information for the Navigator.
 language  Indicates the translation of the Navigator being used.
 mimeTypes  An array of all MIME types supported by the client.
 platform  Indicates the machine type for which the Navigator was compiled.
 plugins  An array of all plug-ins currently installed on the client.
 userAgent  Specifies the user-agent header.



Browser Detection.

It is very easy to detect browser through Java Script by using Nevigator Object.

Java Script provides the facility to getting client (browser) details through Nevigator Object. Client name, Client version, codename and the platform used are available through the navigator object and its properties.


 navigator object  Discription
 navigator.appName  Gives the name of the browser (application Name)
 navigator.appVersion  Gives the browser version (application Version)
 navigator.appCodeName  Gives the browser codename (application CodeName)
 navigator.platform  Gives the platform on which the browser is running

Browser Detection Example:


<script type="text/javascript">
function GetVersion()
{
var name = navigator.appName
var vers = navigator.appVersion
var text =""
text += '

You are using: '
text += name +' '+ vers
text += '</P>'
document.write(text)
}
</script>


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