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Provides information about the device.

Use the global Device variable to access these reactive variables. For example, to include something only on Android:

<Instance IsEnabled="Device.isAndroid">
    <CameraView/>
</Instance>

The properties are: - isAndroid (bool): True if running on Android OS, false otherwise - isIOS (bool): True if running on iOS OS, false otherwise - isMac (bool): True if running on Mac OS, false otherwise - isWindows (bool): True if running on Windows OS, false otherwise - isPreview (bool): True if running inside Preview

On iOS and Android the following are also available: - osVersion (int3): (major, minor, revision) Version of the operating system. (Android: This is for information, stats, and/or debug purposes only. As it doesn't reliably reflect any system features it should not be used for any conditionals.)

On Android: - apiLevel (int): API Level supported by the device

Location

Namespace
Fuse.Reactive
Package
Fuse.Reactive.Expressions 1.9.0

Interface of DeviceCaps

Inherited from CapsObject

Inherited from PropertyObject

Inherited from object

Implemented Interfaces

IObject uno

Represents a key-value object, where the keys can be enumerated and looked up by string name.