Internet has become a service with vast usage and billions of people access it regularly for information, multimedia sharing, entertainment, social networking and many other purposes. This revolution in the Internet technology has given birth to a number of browsers and devices through which a person can access the Internet. If you are running your own web server, then you definitely require information about the device that is accessing your website, browser being used and appropriate information about the settings for example, you require device information to know whether user is using mobile, PDA or PC device to let the user access the website oriented for the device being used. In such cases, you require a server side application like BrowserObject PHP Free Edition May v.2011 for getting information about these details.
BrowserObject PHP Free Edition May v.2011 is a developer’s application for designing an application giving information about the client’s browser setting and capabilities. The program is equipped with advanced features for even detecting the version of the client’s browser. This utility is equipped with powerful and reliable features for detecting Java script, screen resolution, plug-ins being used, browser cookies, device I.P. address, client name, language and other myriad of useful information in real time as soon as the client device gets connected to your web server. So, it detects about hundreds of settings and information that the user can access using simple source codes. This module uses simple and powerful Object Oriented Programming and is applicable to a number of PHP projects. The free edition detects only the basic information about the browser but can be used for an infinite period of time. The other three editions are higher versions equipped with advanced detection capabilities.
BrowserObject PHP Free Edition May v.2011 is a useful application for developers for developing an intelligent and feature rich application meant for professional usage. Hence, it gets four and a half rating points on the scale of five.