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Detect request's mobile user agents using the mobileesp lib.

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settings.py

MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES = (
    ...
    'django_mobileesp.middleware.UserAgentDetectionMiddleware'
)

from django_mobileesp.detector import mobileesp_agent as agent

DETECT_USER_AGENTS = {
    'is_android': agent.detectAndroid,
    'is_ios': agent.detectIos,
    'is_windows_phone': agent.detectWindowsPhone,
    'is_mobile': agent.detectTierTablet | \
                      agent.detectTierIphone | \
                      agent.detectMobileQuick,
}

If you prefer more pythonic methods, you can user a wrapper agent as follows:

from django_mobileesp.detector import python_agent as agent

DETECT_USER_AGENTS = {
    'is_android': agent.detect_android,
    'is_ios': agent.detect_ios,
    'is_windows_phone': agent.detect_windows_phone,
    'is_mobile': agent.detect_tier_tablet | \
                      agent.detect_tier_iphone | \
                      agent.detect_mobile_quick,
}

Finally access the defined attributes in your views:

def view(request):
    if request.is_mobile:
        ...

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