The W3C Geolocation API defines a specification for an API that provides access to geolocation information for the hosting device in the form of latitude and longitude coordinates. It allows both one-shot and repeated position updates, as well as the querying of cached positions. This document is a stable recommendation that may be cited or used as reference material.
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