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| W3C Browser Extensions||The W3C Browser Extensions API allows you to create interoperable extensions for browsers that support an API, and includes the packaging format used for those extensions. It specifies common...||Browsers||03.27.2019|
| W3C Trusted Types Spec WIP ||This W3C API is a Trusted Types Specification that is compilation time analysis for code that ensures only certain types can be used with various DOM APIs, and used as DOM-based XSS sinks. It...||Analytics||02.25.2019|
| W3C Performance Timeline||The W3C Performance Timeline API is a specification that defines performance timeline primitives that are necessary for web developers to access, instrument, and retrieve a variety of performance...||Standards||11.27.2018|
| W3C Page Lifecycle||The Page Lifecycle API is a W3C Web specification that supports a browser's ability to manage the lifecycle of web pages. This web standard enables you to run an application lifecycle to manage...||Browsers||07.25.2018|
| W3C Web of Things (WoT) Scripting||The Web of Things (WoT) Scripting uses WoT interfaces to provide layered interoperability between Things. The W3C Web of Things (WoT) Scripting API is designed to facilitate script runs on a Thing...||Standards||02.17.2018|
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