I'm currently developing some JS work for a clients website which has different functionality across desktop and tablet platforms.  Consider:  if(! navigator.userAgent.match(/Android/i) &&             ! navigator.userAgent.match(/webOS/...
I am developing an web application where I need to detect the device from javascript. Could anybody tell me whats the best way to do it ? I found several solution by googling. But no one is full proof. I do not want to use server side detection like...
I'm working on a web application for tablets(for android and ios) and I'm facing a problem which is giving me trouble for 2 days already.  The problem is that on android when you are in portrait mode and for example you focus an input field s...
Is there an effective way to sniff the browser type for the Samsung Galaxy Tablet?...
I used the following script to redirect mobile users to a mobile site:  <script type="text/javascript">     if (screen.width < 800) {         var ref = document.referrer;         var urls = new Array("http://www.ilsanlorenzo.net&...
On the menus for our site we have a button dropdown for user account options that changes dynamically based on their username and logged in status. It works great in the browsers, however, on Android tablets(using Firefox) we can't seem to click...
Problem:  I have a small group of roughly 90 users which is extremely important, so when one or two of these business customers desire the UI changed in their web app, they usually get development resources dedicated. However, it's important for...
While attempting to make a game using Canvas I noticed a few quirks on tablet / phone browsers.  1) How do I disable the Canvas from being selectable? It seems like when the user touches it, it highlights the canvas, and almost makes an attempt to se...
my application is using the Touch API to detect touch events in JavaScript. Example:  $(".element").on("touchstart", function(event){     alert("TRUE"); });   This works on any touch device with any browser like Android or iOS...
I'm using the JavaScript below to change the focus to the next input in a form when the max-length of the input is reached. It works well on a desktop but it does not work on a tablet. When the current input loses the focus, the virtual keyboard...

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