Handset Detection v4 API kit for Java. This kit is deprecated. Please see https://github.com/HandsetDetection/detection-apikit-java
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Java API Kit v4.0

This API Kit implements v4.0 of the HandsetDetection API. API Kits can use our web service or resolve detections locally depending on your configuration.

This repo contains two projects. The main project is HDlib, a Java library for working with Handset Detection. The other project is WebServiceHDTest, a light weight wrapper for using the library with Tomcat 7.

Building

Both projects build with maven 3.x.

mvn package -Dmaven.test.skip=true

OR

mvn install -Dmaven.test.skip=true

Building with Unit Tests

Unit tests require two configuration files in the project root named hd4CloudConfig.properties and hd4UltimateConfig.properties. Copy the hdapi_config.properties file as a template and change the access credentials. In the hd4UltimateConfig.properties set use_local to true (Note: this requires an Ultimate licence). The run

mvn package

OR

mvn install

Configuration

You'll find your API Kit credentials from the dashboard. Follow these steps :

  1. Login to your dashboard
  2. Click 'Add a Site'
  3. Configure your new site
  4. Grab the config file variables for your API Kit (from the site settings)
  5. Place the variables into the hdconfig.php file

Examples

Instantiate the HD4 object

// Using the default config file
hd = new HD();

OR // Note : cloudConfig is a String eg "/tmp/somedir/myConfigFIle" hd = new HD(cloudConfig);

List all vendors

hd.deviceVendors();
JsonObject reply = hd.getReply();

List all models for a vendor

hd.deviceModels("Nokia");
JsonObject reply = hd.getReply();

View information for a specific device (Nokia N95)

hd.deviceView("Nokia", "N95");
JsonObject reply = hd.getReply();

What devices have this attribute ?

hd.deviceWhatHas("design_dimensions", "101 x 44 x 16");
JsonObject = hd.getReply();

Device detection using HTTP Headers

Map<String, String> headers = new HashMap<String, String>();
headers.put("User-Agent", "Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3 like Mac OS X; en-gb) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko)");
hd.deviceDetect(headers);
JsonObject reply = hd.getReply();

Device detection using Android Build Information

Map<String, String> headers = new HashMap<String, String>();
headers.put("ro.build.PDA", "I9500XXUFNE7");
headers.put("ro.build.changelist", "699287");
headers.put("ro.build.characteristics", "phone");
headers.put("ro.build.date.utc", "1401287026");
headers.put("ro.build.date", "Wed May 28 23:23:46 KST 2014");
headers.put("ro.build.description", "ja3gxx-user 4.4.2 KOT49H I9500XXUFNE7 release-keys");
headers.put("ro.build.display.id", "KOT49H.I9500XXUFNE7");
headers.put("ro.build.fingerprint", "samsung/ja3gxx/ja3g:4.4.2/KOT49H/I9500XXUFNE7:user/release-keys");
headers.put("ro.build.hidden_ver", "I9500XXUFNE7");
headers.put("ro.build.host", "SWDD5723");
headers.put("ro.build.id", "KOT49H");
headers.put("ro.build.product", "ja3g");
headers.put("ro.build.tags", "release-keys");
headers.put("ro.build.type", "user");
headers.put("ro.build.user", "dpi");
headers.put("ro.build.version.codename", "REL");
headers.put("ro.build.version.incremental", "I9500XXUFNE7");
headers.put("ro.build.version.release", "4.4.2");
headers.put("ro.build.version.sdk", "19");
headers.put("ro.product.board", "universal5410");
headers.put("ro.product.brand", "samsung");
headers.put("ro.product.cpu.abi2", "armeabi");
headers.put("ro.product.cpu.abi", "armeabi-v7a");
headers.put("ro.product.device", "ja3g");
headers.put("ro.product.locale.language", "en");
headers.put("ro.product.locale.region", "GB");
headers.put("ro.product.manufacturer", "samsung");
headers.put("ro.product.model", "GT-I9500");
headers.put("ro.product.name", "ja3gxx");
headers.put("ro.product_ship", "true");

hd.deviceDetect(headers);
JsonObject reply = hd.getReply();

Device Deteciton using iOS build information

Map<String, String> headers = new HashMap<String, String>();
headers.put("utsname.machine", "iphone4,1");
headers.put("utsname.brand", "Apple");

hd.deviceDetect(headers);
JsonObject reply = hd.getReply();

Download the Full Ultimate Edition

// The archive is downloaded, unpacked & installed ready for detection.
// Ultimate customers should call this daily to freshen the dataset.
hd.deviceFetchArchive();

Download the Community Edition

hd.communityFetchArchive();

Getting Started with the Free usage tier and Community Edition

After signing up with our service you'll be on a free usage tier which entitles you to 20,000 Cloud detections (web service) per month, and access to our Community Edition for Ultimate (stand alone) detection. The archive for stand alone detection can be downloaded manually however its easiest to configure the API kit with your credentials and let the API kit do the heavy lifting for you. See examples above for how to do this.

Instructions for manually installing the archive are available at v4 API Ultimate Community Edition, Getting Started

API Documentation

See the v4 API Documentation.

API Kits

See the Handset Detection GitHub Repo.

Support

Let us know if you have any hassles (hello@handsetdetection.com).