The W3C Web Payments Working Group has published working drafts of Web Payments HTTP Specifications that include the Web Payments HTTP API 1.0 and Web Payments HTTP Messages 1.0. The two specifications are designed to work together to enable payment requests outside of a browser context.
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|W3C Badging||The W3C Badging API describes the process to set an application-wide badge without showing a more heavyweight notification. Badges can be shown on the home screen to notify the user when the state of...||Badges||Native/Browser v0.0|
|W3C Contact Picker||The W3C Contact Picker API is a web standard that provides access to services for Contact pickers. It is utilized in native mobile applications, desktop applications and more. The content picker...||Contacts||Native/Browser v0.0|
|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||Native/Browser v0.0|
|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||Native/Browser v0.0|
|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||Native/Browser v0.0|
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