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elixir-browser

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Browser detection for Elixir. This is a port from the Ruby browser library.

All the detection features have been ported, but not the meta and the language ones.

Installation

Add browser to your list of dependencies in mix.exs:

def deps do
  [{:browser, "~> 0.4.4"}]
end

Usage

ua = "some string"
Browser.name(ua)            # readable browser name
Browser.version(ua)         # major version number
Browser.full_version(ua)
Browser.full_browser_name(ua) # Chrome 5.0.375.99
Browser.full_display(ua)    # example: Chrome 5.0.375.99 on MacOS 10.6.4 Snow Leopard
Browser.safari?(ua)
Browser.opera?(ua)
Browser.chrome?(ua)
Browser.chrome_os?(ua)
Browser.mobile?(ua)
Browser.tablet?(ua)
Browser.console?(ua)
Browser.firefox?(ua)
Browser.ie?(ua)
Browser.ie?(ua, 6)          # detect specific IE version
Browser.edge?(ua)           # Newest MS browser
Browser.modern?(ua)         # Webkit, Firefox 17+, IE 9+ and Opera 12+
Browser.platform(ua)        # return :ios, :android, :mac, :windows, :linux or :other
Browser.full_platform_name(ua) # example: MacOS 10.6.4 Snow Leopard
Browser.device_type(ua)     # return :mobile, :tablet, :desktop, :console, :unknown
Browser.ios?(ua)            # detect iOS
Browser.ios?(ua, 9)         # detect specific iOS version
Browser.mac?(ua)
Browser.mac_version(ua)     # display version of Mac OSX. i.e. High Sierra
Browser.windows?(ua)
Browser.windows_x64?(ua)
Browser.windows_version_name # display version of Windows.  i.e. Windows 10
Browser.linux?(ua)
Browser.blackberry?(ua)
Browser.blackberry?(ua, 10) # detect specific BlackBerry version
Browser.bot?(ua)
Browser.search_engine?(ua)
Browser.phantom_js?(ua)
Browser.quicktime?(ua)
Browser.core_media?(ua)
Browser.silk?(ua)
Browser.android?(ua)
Browser.android?(ua, 4.2)   # detect Android Jelly Bean 4.2
Browser.known?(ua)          # has the browser been successfully detected?

See the original Ruby library for more information.

Elixir addition

You can also pass Plug.Conn instead of a string, the user-agent header will be extracted and used.

Browser.bot?(conn)

Configuration

You can specify custom bots.txt file in your project's config.

config :browser,
  bots_file: Path.join(File.cwd!, "bots.txt")  # bots.txt in project's root

Please note that option set as mobule attribute during compile time, so make sure you recompiled elixir-browser after changing this option or bots file itself.