Lightning mainly focuses on the user experience on the web and mobile interfaces. So, most of the scenarios we should need to know the information of the browser to align the design with respect to the device browser. In this post, I would like to discuss, how we can detect the browsing device information in a lightning component.
This will be a glad news for all salesforce developers who were looking for an apex switch statement for decades to simplify most of the lengthy apex statements. Exactly 10years back there has been an Idea posted on the Idea exchange for this.
I have uploaded an attachment (salesfiorce_migration_guide.pdf) to an opportunity record from classic salesforce. The uploaded document record has the following actions where ‘view’ action is a link to download the file.
Next, uploading another file (router-sample.pdf) to the same opportunity record using upload file functionality in lightning. The uploaded files in the above and current scenario are shown below.