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zk - java.util.Map

A map of browser and system information. For example, ${zk.gecko} returns the version of Firefox if the current user is using Firefox. Here is a list of entries that the zk object has:

Name Type Example Description
browser Map {version: 9.0, name: "gecko"} A two-entries map for the browser's name and version. Example, ${zk.browser.name}. Possible browser names: webkit, gecko, ie, opera.
chrome Double 16.0 The version of Chrome if the current user is using Chrome. Otherwise, it is null.
ff Double 9.0 The version of Firefox if the current user is using Gecko-based browser, including Firefox. Otherwise, it is null.

NOTICE: It is the same as gecko (for backward compatibility).

gecko Double 9.0 The version of Gecko if the current user is using Gecko-based browser, including Firefox. Otherwise, it is null.

It is the same as ff.

ie Double 9.0 The version of Internet Explorer if the current user is using Internet Explorer. Otherwise, it is null.
ipad Double 5.0 The version of iPad if the current user is using iPad. Otherwise, it is null.
iphone Double 5.0 The version of iPhone if the current user is using iPhone. Otherwise, it is null.
ipod Double 5.0 The version of iPod if the current user is using iPod. Otherwise, it is null.
ios Double 5.0 The version of iOS if the current user is using iOS-based device. Otherwise, it is null.
android Double 4.1 The version of Android if the current user is using Android-based device. Otherwise, it is null.
opera Double 11.52 The version of Opera if the current user is using Opera. Otherwise, it is null.
safari Double 535.7 The version of Safari if the current user is using Webkit-based browser, including Safari and Chrome. Otherwise, it is null.

NOTICE: It is the same as webkit (for backward compatibility).

webkit Double 535.7 The version of Webkit if the current user is using Webkit-based browser, including Safari and Chrome. Otherwise, it is null.

Version History

Last Update : 2013/5/3


Version Date Content
6.0.0 February 2012 The zk object was introduced.




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