The Mozilla Time and Clock API makes it easy for users to change system time in devices. It allows users to set and change system time by recognizing a number or a date object as acceptable parameter in the system. The API accepts system numbers stretching to way back to midnight UTC January 1, 1970. The Mozilla Time and Clock API does not conform to W3C standards, and is supported on Firefox OS. This feature is not part of any specification.
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24-03-17 13:30:21[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Mozilla, Zoho, Scrumwise, SDK.finance updated with Related API Mozilla Time and Clock