Detect What Device and Browser You’re Using – get-browser

Category: Javascript , Recommended | May 30, 2019
Author: yankouskia
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Last Update: May 30, 2019
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Detect What Device and Browser You’re Using – get-browser

Description:

get-browser is a pure JavaScript library that tells you what device and web/mobile browser you’re using.

Supports Desktop, Mobile, Android, iOS, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, IE, Edge, etc.

See also:

How to use it:

Install and import modules.

# Yarn
$ yarn add get-browser

# NPM
$ npm install get-browser --save
import {
  browsers,
  detect,
  isMobile,

  isAndroid,
  isChrome,
  isEdge,
  isFirefox,
  isIE,
  isOpera,
  isSafari,
} from 'get-browser';

Or directly import the umd version in the document.

<script src="./dist/index.js"></script>

Detect and return the browser name.

const browser = detect();

Detect what device and browser you’re using.

// if is mobile
const instance = isMobile();

// if is Android
const instance = isAndroid();

// if is Chrome
const instance = isChrome();

// if is Firefox
const instance = isFireFox();

// if is Safari
const instance = isSafari();

// if is MS Edge
const instance = isEdge();

// if is IE
const instance = isIE();

// if is Opera
const instance = isOpera();

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