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energize.js

A tiny JavaScript snippet to make links snappy on touch devices

Just include energize.js before any of your code that deals with click events (including any libraries and frameworks). The reason is that energize.js fires simulated click events and also needs to suppress the "ghost click", the real click event that is fired later. This is done via stopPropagation, which stops the the event from firing for other handlers listening for the click event. Since handlers fire in the order they were added, energize.js needs to add its own click handler first.

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