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Class: PHP Detect Device Type
Detect the type of device the user is using
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DetectDevice ============ [![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/Kocal/DetectDevice.png?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/Kocal/DetectDevice) DetectDevice is a little (~70 lines), simply, and functional PHP class which detect what kind of device is used to navigate on your website, a pc, a mobile, a tablet or a bot. How use? -------- #### Firstly, include DetectDevice class and initialize it ```php <?php require "class.DetectDevice.php"; $device = new DetectDevice(); // ... ``` #### Optional : If you want, you can set an other user-agent ```php <?php $userAgent = "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.2; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/29.0.1547.66 Safari/537.36"; // in the constructor $device = new DetectDevice($userAgent); // or with the "setUserAgent()" method $device->setUserAgent($userAgent); ``` #### Use methods to find what kind of device is used ```php <?php // return a boolean (true or false) echo $device->isComputer(); echo $device->isMobile(); echo $device->isTablet(); echo $device->isBot(); echo $device->isConsole(); // You can use the "getDeviceType()" to return a string echo $device->getDeviceType(); // may return "computer", "mobile, "tablet", "bot" or "console" // ... ``` #### Or use "is()" ```php <?php // The "is()" method match $str in UserAgent $str, and return true or false $str = "msie"; if($device->is($str)) { // do stuff for Internet Explorer only } ```