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<title>Vibration API: test that calls to vibrate() are silently ignored when the device cannot vibrate</title>
<link rel='author' title='Robin Berjon' href=''/>
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<meta name='assert' content='If the device does not provide a vibration mechanism, or it is disabled, the user agent must silently ignore any invocations of the vibrate() method.'/>
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<strong>This test is only useful on devices that do not have vibration capability</strong>.
If your device supports vibration, then <strong>skip</strong> this test. An implementation
supporting this API but running on a device that cannot vibrate must silently ignore the
call (we test that it doesn't throw).
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if (undefined !== navigator.vibrate) {
test(function () {
assert_true(navigator.vibrate(1000), "vibrate() returns true when vibration is not supported");
}, "Calling vibrate returns true");