So I'd like to redirect mobile users to a different page. But instead of trying to detect any number of mobile browsers, I'd just like to see if the user is using IE, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, or Opera; all other users go to the mobile site. My biggest problem is detecting regular Safari from mobile Safari.
I have an existing web site and I would like to create a mobile version of it that is more suitable. For instance, the main site uses drop-down menus and we all know those are quite the fail on mobile devices.I would like to redirect to my mobile version (it will be a subdomain of the current site) if I detect a request from a mobile browser. So when they Google something and come to my site, they will automatically see the mobile version (just like Wikipedia).Does ASP.NET provide an easy way of doing this
i'm programming an application where an action is done if i access with a version equal or higher than other and another action if i access with a lower version; but the problem is that the lines to indicate the versions doesn┤t work. The code is the following:
As you can see, an action should be done if the version is the 9.0 or higher and other if it is lower, but these lines doesn't work and only works the detection of the web browsers (no the versions of them, action that doesn't works).
I am designing ASP.net Web pages and not sure if this would be the right way to do this.I am designing the web sites that will be accessed from either regular computers or mobile devices (phone).I was thinking to detect at very first page that whether users are coming from mobile browser or regular browser and direct to appropriate pages. So for mobile users, create/display separate UIs (rearrange controls to fit on mobile device) and for regular users, create/display separate UIs. The backend functionalities will be same, but just the UIs. Therefore, in this case I will create two separate projects in same solution, one for mobile UIs, and other one for regular UIs, but same code behinds.
We have our site which user accesses from desktop browser as www.domainname.org now I am working on mobile version of the same. I came to know that some mobile sites have URL as [URL] so i thought of making our site as accessible from both domainnames I am using WS 2008 & IIS 7.0.
designing a view for Mobile browsers in ASP.NET MVC framework. I am new to this mobile web application development. I learned already how to provide a diffrent view when the request comes from a mobile browser. but now i need to learn, how to design the view with a good look and feel. I have demo this weekend with my client so i would appriciate if some one respond imidiately.
I'm writing a web site (ASP.NET/C#) that is specifically targeted at mobile phones.On the master page I have put an ASP menu. This works fine in IE8 and Firefox, but when I try viewing it from my Nokia browser, while the menu is visible, its behavior is incorrect: I tap on the menu to open it, and instead of opening the next level of menus, the control disappears altogether!Interestingly, I got the same behavior using Chrome on my computer.I haven't yet tried on Safari, but the message is already pretty clear: the ASP.NET menu control doesn't work on the Nokia browser, and that is a showstopper. What alternatives do I have? It needs to work on Nokia, Safari and Opera, at least.I saw in a similar question that someone suggested writing a custom server control. Nice idea, I'm sure... but how do you explain that to this ASP.NET newbie?
I am trying to start a new mobile web application project but cannot find the mobile page template originally available on VS 2005, nor can I get the mobile web controls to display in the toolbox even though I have then all selected in the tool-> select toolbox items why? and what can I do?
I am developing a web based application for a Motorolla Mc 9090, it is a wireless barcode scanner running windows mobile 5.0.
The idea is to centralize the inventory in one database, by scanning items, serials, bins etc.
I have a set of pages each containg forms, where the user will have to scan an item, and automaticall the scanner has a carriege return (ENTER key) the idea was to have the user simply scan, and the page would automatically click the button posting to server for processing and then the server would reply.
For some reason i cannot get the focus() to work as well as the defaultbutton propperty of the form. There is also 1 more problem, the readOnly textboxes look the same as the non readOnly textboxes, even with the backcolor property changed.(guessing this is just MS)
I have an assignment to develop a mobile application for My company's customers (around 250000). its could be download from our website or we can also provide to our customers those are visiting our branches, on their demand.Requirments:
I am developing a mobile application that requires text entry in a mobile:textbox component. I want it to only accept numeric and "#*". when I press the "1" key on my mobile phone it should enter a "1", not "a", "b", "c", etc.
I have developed one website in asp.net and now I want to open the same website in mobile devices.now i want to develop that for mobile users. I tried with .net mobile controls but it is not full filling my requirements. In the web page if combine the .net mobile controls with Asp.net controls Is it give any problem in the browser (at the time of rendering the controls in browser) in any of the devices like Nokia, iphone, BB. If use html controls in application
i am going to start first mobile application.Already Vs 2008 installed, but no Mobile SDK.So please tell which SDK i have to install to start up my first mobile application?Or some VS 2008 plugin requires for Mobile application
I have one mobile website using ASP.NET with c# language. The problem which i have rise you that, I have two websites with same domain name, they are Desktop websites and mobile website
1. Desktop websites ->www.****.com -> this is i have used to view full websites in IE,FIREFOX,CHROME,etc...
2.mobile website ->www.****.com -> this is i have used to display mobile website using any mobile devices like iphone, stc, nokia, samsung, etc...
In my mobile website┬á have one button which is for "view full website" . If i click on that from mobile the link which i want to show full website with the same mobile device what devices i have using.
I figure my new way adds a little extra weight to the payload of the redirect, but it's not an extra round-trip or anything, is it? The redirect happens anyway, does it not? Update: I neglected to mention a very important point. I do not actually have control over the login screen itself, only the page it posts to. This code is part of a product that relies on an external authentication mechanism.
I'm developing an extra section to a web app that's written in asp.net, but in php - it's mostly done (the two parts don't really communicate with each other outside of a database - the integration is mostly just cosmetic.)
The only issue I have is detecting from the php part when the .net session has expired so that it logs the user out and redirects to the login page.
I believe the asp.net application is compiled, but either way I'm not allowed to alter it so I was thinking maybe the best thing to do would be to make a very small/simple aspx page that outputs true or false which I could call using curl from php (and passing the browser's cookies along.)
Would this even be possible? I'm not sure how session security works on asp.net eg whether one .net application can read another's session variables, but if it's anything like php then it'll be possible.
So mypage issues a GET (with cookies from browser) to checksession using curl, checksession simply returns a true or false (or something like that) and mypage redirects to the site's login page if that's false.
The authentication for the php side is already sorted out and is separate to this issue.
So really, what I need to know is can I have just a simple .aspx file that does this check, and if so where would I go to to find out how to program such a simple page?