Nov. 20, 2023, 2:10 a.m. | Jean Luc Intumwayase (SPIRALS), Imane Fouad (SPIRALS), Pierre Laperdrix (SPIRALS), Romain Rouvoy (SPIRALS)

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In the early days of the web, giving the same web page to different browsers
could provide very different results. As the rendering engine behind each
browser would differ, some elements of a page could break or be positioned in
the wrong location. At that time, the User Agent (UA) string was introduced for
content negotiation. By knowing the browser used to connect to the server, a
developer could provide a web page that was tailored for that specific browser …

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