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|−|== Browser detection outside AppSuite == |+|
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|−|AppSuite detects the client browser and collects some information about the current device the visitor is using. These informations are used to serve the best UI and enable/disable certain features for his device. The browser detection is done by a standalone and dependency free lib that can be included via script- tag to other sites. |+|
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|−|This is usefull if you do not use the original AppSuite login page which performs this browser detection. If you use a form-login and jump directly into AppSuite, the user might not see the typical warning AppSuite states on the login page if an unsupported browser is used. | |
|−|To show the same warning to a user without using the original AppSuite login page you should include the browser detection lib in your own login page and show a warning to the user if he does not use a supported browser. | |
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