YUI user agent detection. Do not fork for a browser if it can be avoided. Use feature detection when you can. Use the user agent as a last resort. For all fields listed as @type float, UA stores a version number for the browser engine, 0 otherwise. This value may or may not map to the version number of the browser using the engine. The value is presented as a float so that it can easily be used for boolean evaluation as well as for looking for a particular range of versions. Because of this, some of the granularity of the version info may be lost. The fields that are @type string default to null. The API docs list the values that these fields can have.
Performs a simple comparison between two version numbers, accounting for standard versioning logic such as the fact that "535.8" is a lower version than "535.24", even though a simple numerical comparison would indicate that it's greater. Also accounts for cases such as "1.1" vs. "1.1.0", which are considered equivalent.
Returns -1 if version a is lower than version b, 0 if they're equivalent, 1 if a is higher than b.
Versions may be numbers or strings containing numbers and dots. For example,
"535.8.10" are acceptable. A version string containing
non-numeric characters, like
"535.8.beta", may produce unexpected results.
-1 if a is lower than b, 0 if they're equivalent, 1 if a is higher than b.
Detects Kindle Silk Acceleration
Adobe AIR version number or 0. Only populated if webkit is detected. Example: 1.0
Detects Googles Android OS version
Google Caja version number or 0.
Chrome will be detected as webkit, but this property will also be populated with the Chrome version number
Gecko engine revision number. Will evaluate to 1 if Gecko is detected but the revision could not be found. Other browsers will be 0. Example: 1.8
Firefox 220.127.116.11: 1.7.8 <-- Reports 1.7 Firefox 18.104.22.168: 22.214.171.124 <-- 1.8 Firefox 126.96.36.199: 188.8.131.52 <-- 1.81 Firefox 3.0 <-- 1.9 Firefox 3.5 <-- 1.91
Internet Explorer version number or 0. Example: 6
General truthy check for iPad, iPhone or iPod
Detects Apple iPad's OS version
Detects Apple iPhone's OS version
Detects Apples iPod's OS version
The mobile property will be set to a string containing any relevant user agent information when a modern mobile browser is detected. Currently limited to Safari on the iPhone/iPod Touch, Nokia N-series devices with the WebKit-based browser, and Opera Mini.
The Nodejs Version
Opera version number or 0. Example: 9.2
The operating system. Currently only detecting windows or macintosh
PhantomJS version number or 0. Only populated if webkit is detected. Example: 1.0
Safari will be detected as webkit, but this property will also be populated with the Safari version number
Set to true if the page appears to be in SSL
Detects Kindle Silk
Are touch/msPointer events available on this device
Detects Ubuntu version
The User Agent string that was parsed
AppleWebKit version. KHTML browsers that are not WebKit browsers will evaluate to 1, other browsers 0. Example: 418.9
Safari 1.3.2 (312.6): 312.8.1 <-- Reports 312.8 -- currently the latest available for Mac OSX 10.3. Safari 2.0.2: 416 <-- hasOwnProperty introduced Safari 2.0.4: 418 <-- preventDefault fixed Safari 2.0.4 (419.3): 418.9.1 <-- One version of Safari may run different versions of webkit Safari 2.0.4 (419.3): 419 <-- Tiger installations that have been updated, but not updated to the latest patch. Webkit 212 nightly: 522+ <-- Safari 3.0 precursor (with native SVG and many major issues fixed). Safari 3.0.4 (523.12) 523.12 <-- First Tiger release - automatic update from 2.x via the 10.4.11 OS patch. Webkit nightly 1/2008:525+ <-- Supports DOMContentLoaded event. yahoo.com user agent hack removed.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Safari_version_history
Detects Palms WebOS version
Window8/IE10 Application host environment