The W3C Web Workers API is a specification that defines an API for spawning background workers to run scripts in parallel to a web application's main page. This allows developers to use message-passing as the coordination mechanism for thread-like operation. This specification is a work in progress and may be updated, replaced, or rendered obsolete at any time.
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