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How to determine the browser in Asp.Net Core 2 and determine if it is a mobile device.

 

.Net Framework, alt

First of all, there is no query on the server in Asp.Net Core as in Asp.Net Framework.

In asp.net MVC .Net framework and Webforms you could still examine the client browser with

System.Web.HttpContext.Current.Request.Browser.IsMobileDevice

 

Therefore you can evaluate the capabilities of the web client with 3 possibilities.

With the Nuget packages: 51Degrees paid, with Wangkanai or you can simply read the Request.Headers.UserAgent and evaluate it yourself.

 

Here is the browser detection with Wangkanai

To recognize the browser with Wangkanai, you have to install the Nuget Package Wangkanai.Detection.Browser.

Under the Nuget Package Manager you can find several entries for Wangkanai and can install the Wangkanai.Detection.Browser here.

 

The Nuget Package Detection Browser must be installed as Dependencies-> Nuget as Wangkanai.Detection.Browser.

 

 

Then you have to in the file aspnetcore-> startup.cs in the area ConfigureServices ()

Insert the lines services.AddDetectionCore () and .AddBrowser.

            // Add detection services.

            services.AddDetectionCore()

                .AddBrowser();

 

 

Result from:

((Wangkanai.Detection.Collections.Safari) test) ._agent

mozilla/5.0 (windows nt 10.0; win64; x64) applewebkit/537.36 (khtml, like gecko) chrome/66.0.3359.117 safari/537.36

 

 

 

 

Unfortunately, the result is wrong, as you can see, because the browser is really a Chrome browser

clientBrowser.Type = "Safari" is wrong.

 

The Asp.Net Core 2 Code was tested with Visual Studio and as a test browser: Chrome on Windows 10

 

Asp.Net Core 2: Controller-> Initialization

Integration of Wangkanai Browser Detection

 

In the Using section you have to add Wangkanai.Detection.

Then expand the initialization line of the AspNetCore Controller with the, IBrowserResolver browser

And assign to the local element

private readonly IBrowserResolver _browser;

With

_browser = browser;

 

Header code of the controller

////using System;

using System.Collections.Generic;

using System.Linq;

using System.Threading.Tasks;

using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc;

using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Rendering;

using Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore;

using Readdy.Data;

using Readdy.Models;

using System.Security.Claims;

using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Identity;

using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Authorization;

using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Hosting;

using System.IO;                        //delete File, move

using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Http;

using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.ViewFeatures;

using System;                           //Convert

using Wangkanai.Detection;

 

 

namespace Readdy.Controllers

{

 

    public class NotesController : Controller

    {

 

        #region Controller Init

        private readonly ApplicationDbContext _dbContext;

        private readonly IHostingEnvironment _hostingEnvironment;

        private readonly IBrowserResolver _browser;

        public NotesController(ApplicationDbContext dbContext, IHostingEnvironment hostingEnvironment, IBrowserResolver browser)

        {

            //----< Init: Controller >----

            _dbContext = dbContext;

            _hostingEnvironment = hostingEnvironment;

            _browser = browser;

            //----</ Init: Controller >----

        }

        #endregion

 

 

In the Controller-> Action

Browser query

At runtime you can then query the browser in the controller in the addressed Asp.Net Core Action as here ..

// GET: /Note Root

        public async Task<IActionResult> Index_All()

        {

            ///-------------< Index_All >-------------

            //--< Get User ID >--

            //internal referenz-Number for tracking in tables

            long IDCurrent_User = await UserInfo_Methods.getIDUser_as_Number(this.User,_dbContext ) ;

            //--</ Get User ID >--

 

            //< Own_Views_logger >

            await Counter_Logger.counter_Note_List_erhoehen(IDCurrent_User);

            //</ Own_Views_logger >

 

 

            //--< Get Linq.Query >--

            //*gets last 10 Notes with View_Sum

            var query = (from n in _dbContext.tbl_Notes

                              join u in _dbContext.Users on n.IDUser equals u.IDUser

                         join s in _dbContext.tbl_User_Sums on n.IDUser equals s.IDUser

 

                         where n.IsDraft==false

                              orderby n.IDNote descending

                              select new { n, u.UserName,u.has_Profil_Image,u.sumFollowers, s.intSumViews_Others }).Take(30);

            //--</ Get Linq.Query >--

 

 

            //----< fill Data_to_View >----

            List<Notes_Index_DataModel> dataList = new List<Notes_Index_DataModel>();

            //---< @Loop: Rows >---

            foreach (var row in query)

            {

                //--< Row to Data >--

                //< correct >

                string sShort = row.n.Text;

                if (sShort.Length > 255) { sShort = sShort.Substring(0, 255); }

               

                row.n.Text = sShort;

                //</ correct >

 

                //< Data >

                Notes_Index_DataModel item = new Notes_Index_DataModel();

                item.Note = row.n;

                item.Ownername = row.UserName;

                item.has_Profil_Image = System.Convert.ToBoolean(row.has_Profil_Image);

                item.sumFollowers = row.sumFollowers;

                item.sumViews = row.intSumViews_Others;

                //</ Data >

 

                //< add >

                dataList.Add(item);

                //</ add >

                //--</ Row to Data >--

            }

            //---</ @Loop: Rows >---

            //----</ fill Data_to_View >----

 

            //< data to view >

            Notes_Index_View_DataModel dataView = new Notes_Index_View_DataModel();

            dataView.IDCurrent_User = IDCurrent_User;

            dataView.List_Notes_with_Owner = dataList;

            //</ data to view >

 

            //< out to view >

 

            var test = _browser.Browser;

            return View("index_all", dataView);

            //</ out to view >

            ///-------------</ Index_All >-------------

        }

 

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