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End-to-end W3C APIs - tpac 2012

by Web Architect / Community Manager / W3C AC member at 4D, Paris, France on Oct 31, 2012

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- Web Worker context compared to SSJS context ...

- Web Worker context compared to SSJS context
- Mixte Synchronous / Asynchronous APIs
- Making Existing Client-side JS APIs recommendations adaptable to the server context
- Defining W3C recommendation for Server-side JavaScript APIs?
- Remote debugging for Remote (Server) Workers
- Potential common package/module format support (CommonJS, AMD, ECMAScript 6)
- DOM Events, ProgressEvent, EventSource, Server Events (EventEmitter?), & Client Events
- Feedback on previous work at CommonJS and from some SSJS implementations
- Feedback on our experiences in the Wakanda implementation
- start the activity of the community group

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