Amon2 6.13 documentation

Japanese Mobile Phones

Japanese Mobile Phones

Japanese mobile phones have very strange specs.

Detect phone informations from HTTP headers

You can use HTTP::MobileAgent module to get information from HTTP headers.

You would use Amon2::Plugin::Web::MobileAgent for this purpose. Install it from CPAN.:

% cpanm Amon2::Plugin::Web::MobileAgent

You can load a module.:

package MyApp::Web;
use parent qw/MyApp Amon2::Web/;

and call it on your controller.:

my $ma = $c->mobile_agent(); # instance of HTTP::MobileAgent

Change the Content-Type/encoding for mobile phones

I wrote a Amon2::Plugin::Web::MobileCharset.

Usage of this module is very easy. Install it from CPAN.:

% cpanm Amon2::Plugin::Web::MobileCharset

And load a plugin.:

package MyApp::Web;
use parent qw(Amon2::Web);


Amon2::Plugin::Web::MobileCharset provides $c->html_content_type method and $c->encoding method. You don’t worry about charsets.

How can I convert a Japanese Zenkaku-Katakana to Hankaku-Katakana?

You can add a HTML filter. Install Lingua::JA::Regular::Unicode from CPAN.:

% cpanm Lingua::JA::Regular::Unicode

And you can add a katakana_z2h filter for HTML processing.:

package MyApp::Web;
use Lingua::JA::Regular::Unicode qw(katakana_z2h);
    HTML_FILTER => sub {
        my ($c, $html) = @_;
        return katakana_z2h($html);

How can I use a StickyQuery session for DoCoMo Browser 1.0?

You can use HTTP::Session for this purpose:

package MyApp::Web;
use HTTP::Session::Store::Memcached;
__PACKAGE__->load_plugins(qw/Web::HTTPSession/ => {
    state => 'URI',
    store => sub {
        my ($c) = @_;
            memd => $c->get('Cache::Memcached::Fast')

But I don’t recommend to use StickyQuery. It adds vulnerability.