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Javascript navigator object

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The JavaScript navigator object is used for browser detection. It can be used to get browser information such as appName, appCodeName, userAgent etc.

The navigator object is the window property, so it can be accessed by:

window.navigator  
or
navigator

Property of JavaScript navigator object

There are many properties of navigator object that returns information of the browser.


No.
Property  Description
1 appName  returns the name
2 appVersion returns the version
3 appCodeName  returns the code name
4 cookieEnabled returns true if cookie is enabled otherwise false
5 userAgent returns the user agent
6 language  returns the language. It is supported in Netscape and Firefox only.
7 userLanguage  returns the user language. It is supported in IE only.
8 plugins  returns the plugins. It is supported in Netscape and Firefox only.
9 systemLanguage  returns the system language. It is supported in IE only. 
10 mimeTypes[]  returns the array of mime type. It is supported in Netscape and Firefox only.
11 platform returns the platform e.g. Win32.
13 online  returns true if browser is online otherwise false.

Example of navigator object

Let’s see the different usage of history object.

<script>
  
document.writeln("navigator.appCodeName: "+navigator.appCodeName);  
document.writeln("navigator.appName: "+navigator.appName);  
document.writeln("navigator.appVersion: "+navigator.appVersion);  
document.writeln("navigator.cookieEnabled: "+navigator.cookieEnabled);  
document.writeln("navigator.language: "+navigator.language);  
document.writeln("navigator.userAgent: "+navigator.userAgent);  
document.writeln("navigator.platform: "+navigator.platform);  
document.writeln("navigator.onLine: "+navigator.onLine);  

</script>
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