Lightweight library for mobile web browsers to prevent phones from sleeping.
Copy the file ./lib/caffeine.js or the minified version to your web server and then link it in your HTML:
At the bottom of your document after including caffeine.js, add the following:
<script>caffeine.start(); // keep phone awakecaffeine.stop(); // allow phone to sleep</script>
Or with browserify, your pre-build js file would look like:
var caffeine = ;caffeinestart; // keep phone awakecaffeine; // allow phone to sleep
- iOS 7.1.2, Safari
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