Updated: Detect iPad & Amazon Kindle

I just updated the code to include detection methods for:

  • Apple iPad: Useful to know so that you can replace Flash content with content formatted using HTML5 or CSS/JS. You might even develop a special web site optimized for its display and new UI conventions.
  • Amazon Kindle: This device includes a browser, even though its eInk display is pretty much just black & white (and gray).

P.S. –

Thanks, Pieter V., for the bug review of the Java version of the code!

Owner of the MobileESP project. For the latest source code downloads, visit:

https://github.com/ahand/mobileesp

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3 comments on “Updated: Detect iPad & Amazon Kindle
  1. Mark Fernandes says:

    Hi there,

    I’ve just tried to download the latest code from the http://code.google.com/p/mobileesp/ site but seem to get the error ‘svn: URL ‘http://mobileesp.googlecode.com/svn/trunk’ doesn’t exist’. I’m on Windows and have tried the command line svn as well as TortoiseSVN and get the same error.

    All help greatly appreciated and apologies in advance if I’m being daft.

    Cheers

    Mark

  2. Abdi says:

    I could not find MobileESP php source code in http://code.google.com/p/mobileesp/

    Could you please upload it.

    Thanks

    A

  3. Anthony Hand says:

    To Mark & Abdi —

    On the Google Code site, click on the Source tab, then click on the Browse sub-directory. It’ll show you the list of code branches: PHP, JavaScript, Java, .NET. If you click on the PHP link in the list, it’ll show you this page:

    http://code.google.com/p/mobileesp/source/browse/#svn/PHP

    Enjoy!
    Anthony

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