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Web IDL is an
Web IDL is an IDL variant with:
- A number of features that allow one to more easily describe the behavior of common script objects in a web context.
- A mapping of how interfaces described with Web IDL correspond to language constructs within an ECMAScript execution environment.
Status of Web IDL specifications
The first edition of the Web IDL specification became a Candidate Recommendation on 19 April 2012 and a W3C Recommendation on 15 December 2016. For many years the Editor's Draft of a potential second edition, was what most new web specifications referenced. On 5 October 2021, the Editor's Draft was moved to the WHATWG as the Web IDL Living Standard per an update to the agreement between the W3C and WHATWG.
- The W3C Wiki has a list of W3C Specifications that use Web IDL, and nearly all WHATWG specifications use it.
- The Blink.
- Mozilla uses Web IDL in their software creation process, mapping implementations to Web IDL specs.
- When WebKit is built, the IDL files are parsed, creates the code to bind interfaces to implementations.
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- ^ "Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group Specifications". WHATWG. Retrieved 24 January 2016.
- ^ "Web IDL in Blink". Blink Project Documentation. Retrieved 9 June 2013.
- ^ "Mozilla WebIDL bindings". Mozilla Developer Network. Retrieved 9 June 2013.
- ^ "WebKit Web IDL". trac.webkit.org. Retrieved 9 June 2013.
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