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Udger client for .NET (data ver. 3)

Local parser is very fast and accurate useragent string detection solution. Enables developers to locally install and integrate a highly-scalable product. We provide the detection of the devices (personal computer, tablet, Smart TV, Game console etc.), operating system, client SW type (browser, e-mail client etc.) and devices market name (example: Sony Xperia Tablet S, Nokia Lumia 820 etc.). It also provides information about IP addresses (Public proxies, VPN services, Tor exit nodes, Fake crawlers, Web scrapers, Datacenter name .. etc.)

Requirements

  • .NET Framework 4 or later.
  • ADO.NET Data Provider for SQLite (included)
  • datafile v3 (udgerdb_v3.dat) from https://data.udger.com/

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###Features

  • Fast
  • Written in C#
  • LRU cache
  • Released under the MIT

Usage

You should review the included example (ConsoleTest\Program.cs) Here's a quick example:

UdgerParser parser = new UdgerParser();
// Set data dir (in this directory is stored data file: udgerdb_v3.dat)
// Data file can be downloaded manually from https://data.udger.com/, but we recommend use udger-updater (https://udger.com/support/documentation/?doc=62)
parser.SetDataDir(@"C:\udger");
// set user agent and/or IP address
parser.ua = "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/48.0.2564.116 Safari/537.36";
parser.ip = "2600:3c01::f03c:91ff:fe70:9208";
// parse
parser.parse();
Udger.Parser.UserAgent a = parser.userAgent;
Udger.Parser.IPAddress i = parser.ipAddress;

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Author

The Udger.com Team (info@udger.com)

old v2 format

If you still use the previous format of the db (v2), please see the branch old_format_v2

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