The W3C Cooperative Scheduling of Background Tasks API is a document that defines an API for scheduling background tasks in a way that does not delay other high priority tasks that share the same event loop. The user agent can determine when background tasks can be run without causing any perceptible delays or jank for the end user and schedule tasks for such times. This specification is a work in progress and may change without notice.
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