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cordova-plugin-vibration - Mirror of Apache Cordova Plugin vibration

  •    Javascript

This plugin provides a way to vibrate the device.This plugin defines global objects including navigator.vibrate.

jquery.vibrate.js - :heavy_dollar_sign: Vibration API Wrappers

  •    HTML

This library was to be published hand-to-hand with my article on the Vibration API. You can also view the documentation. The vibration API is implemented in navigator.vibrate. So calling the function makes your phone vibrate. You can test if your browser is recent enough to have the vibrate function in navigator.

cordova-plugin-taptic-engine - :vibration_mode: Use Apple's Taptic Engine to vibrate your iPhone 6s (or up) in a variety of ways

  •    Objective-C

TapticEngine.js is brought in automatically. It adds a global TapticEngine object which you can use to interact with the plugin. Check the demo code for all the tricks in the book, or read on for some copy-pasteable samples.

chibe - An Android application that reminds you of the time

  •    Java

Chibe is an application for Android that vibrates your phone at set times. This helps you to effortlessly keep track of the time. Chibe acts like a modern replacement of a chiming or cuckoo's clock, it's customizable and it only affects you.

Piano - Easily play combinations of sound effects and Taptic Engine vibrations on iOS.

  •    Swift

Piano is a convenient and easy-to-use wrapper around the AVFoundation and UIHapticFeedback frameworks, leveraging the full capabilities of the Taptic Engine, while following strict Apple guidelines to preserve battery life. Ultimately, Piano allows you, the composer, to conduct masterful symphonies of sounds and vibrations, and create a more immersive, usable and meaningful user experience in your app or game. Piano requires iOS 10+ and is compatible with Swift 4 projects.

react-native-vibration - Vibration support for android

  •    Java

Vibration module with support for android, based on the pull request https://github.com/facebook/react-native/pull/2794 from @christopherdro. For iOS it wraps VibrationIOS. On iOS the duration can't be specified. If you don't specify a duration on Android 300ms will be used.