The Mozilla TCP Socket API is a dedicated tool for opening and deploying TCP connections. This provides developers with greater flexibility to build own TCP/IP-based protocols or implement any TCP-hosted protocols including HTTP, IMAP, IRC, and POP, among others. The API’s deployment is restricted to certified or privileged applications.
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