W3C/HTML5 API References
DOM, Forms and Styles
|HTML5 Forms (Partial)
|HTML5 form features. The content attribute currently not supported is:
|Selectors API Level 1
|API for retrieving Element nodes from the DOM by matching against a group of selectors
|Selectors API Level 2 (Partial)
|API for retrieving Element nodes from the DOM by matching against a group of selectors, and for testing if a given element matches a particular selector. The methods currently not supported are:
|Media Queries (Partial)
|Offers a mechanism that allows adapting the layout and behavior of a Web page based on some of the characteristics of the device, including the screen width/height. The query currently not supported is:
|CSS transforms allows elements styled with CSS to be transformed in two-dimensional or three-dimensional space.
|CSS Animations Module Level 3
|CSS Animations allow an author to modify CSS property values over time.
|CSS Transitions Module Level 3 (Partial)
|CSS Transitions allow property changes in CSS values to occur smoothly over a specified duration. The method and attribute currently not supported are:
|CSS Color Module Level 3
|CSS3 color enhancements related to color values and properties for foreground color and group opacity
|CSS Backgrounds and Borders Module Level 3
|Rounded corners, complex background images, shadow effects.
|CSS Flexible Box Layout Module
|CSS box model optimized for user interface design.
|CSS Multi-column Layout Module (Partial)
|Creates multiple columns for laying out text. The property currently not supported is:
|CSS Text Module Level 3 (Partial)
|CSS properties for text manipulation and specifies their processing model. The properties currently not supported are:
|CSS Basic User Interface Module Level 3 (CSS3 UI)
|User interface related CSS enhancements.
|CSS Fonts Module Level 3 (Partial)
|@font-face rule with downloadable font src URL. The features currently not supported are:
|WOFF File Format 1.0
|Web Open Font Format: File Format 1.0.
|Touch Events version 1 (Partial)
|W3C touch event specification for touch devices. The method currently not supported is:
|DeviceOrientation Event Specification (Partial)
|Provides access to orientation and acceleration data. The method and event currently not supported are:
|Battery Status API
|W3C Battery API defines new DOM event types that provide information about the battery status of the hosting device.
|Haptic feedback API from W3C.
|HTML5 Browser state
|Signals when network connectivity is available to the Web environment
|The Screen Orientation API
|To provide an interface for web applications to be able to read the screen orientation state, to be informed when this state changes and to be able to lock the screen orientation to a specific state
|The Network Information API
|W3C Network Information API provides an interface for the Web Applications to access the underlying network information (connection info) of the device.
|The Gamepad API specifies interfaces to access and respond to signals from gaming controllers and other game accessory devices in a structured way. It contains 3 interfaces:
navigator.getGamepads() returns an array of
Gamepad objects for each instance of gamepad connected to the device.
canvas element (Partial)
|HTML5 canvas element including 2D context and text. The method currently not supported is:
|HTML Canvas 2D Context (Partial)
|2D Context for the HTML canvas element. The methods currently not supported are:
|Inline SVG (1.1) support in HTML5
video element (Partial)
|HTML5 video element. The attributes currently not supported are:
audio element (Partial)
|HTML5 audio element. The attributes currently not supported are:
|API that directly manipulates streams from cameras and microphones. The dictionary member currently not supported is:
|Web Audio API (Partial)
panningModel attribute is:
|HTML Media Capture
|Capture and record multimedia content with input tag.
|The WebSocket API
|Offers bi-directional network connectivity.
|XMLHttpRequest Level 2
|Enhancements on XHR, including binary file uploading, formdata submission, transfer progress, etc.
|HTML5 The session history of browsing contexts (Partial)
|Navigating the sequence of documents in a browsing context. The methods currently not supported are:
|The API allows triggering DOM events based on push notifications(via HTTP and other protocols).
|HTML5 Web Messaging
|HTML5 Web Messaging. The postMessage API allows for Web Applications to communicate between each other.
|W3C storage specification including session and local storage.
|Reads files from local device file system.
|File API: Directories and System
|API that allows accessing the device file system.
|File API: Writer (Partial)
|Saves or modifies files in local device file system. The interface and method currently not supported are:
|HTML5 Application caches
|HTML5 application cache and custom handlers.
|Indexed Database API (Partial)
|Web SQL Database
|API for storing data in databases that can be queried using a variant of SQL.
|Cross-Origin Resource Sharing
|Sharing of resources across different domains.
|Access restriction (sandboxing) for iframe content. The available values of sandbox attribute are:
|Content Security Policy 1.0 (Partial)
|Defines a policy language used to declare a set of content restrictions for a web resource, and a mechanism for transmitting the policy from a server to a client where the policy is enforced. The directive currently not supported is:
|Clipboard API and events (Partial)
|To describe APIs for clipboard operations such as copy, cut & paste in web applications.
|HTML5 Drag and drop (Partial)
|To define an event-based drag-and-drop mechanism. The method currently not supported is:
|Web Notifications (Partial)
|To define an API for displaying simple notifications to the user. The dictionary members currently not supported are:
Performance and Optimization
|Web Workers (Partial)
|API that allows Web application authors to spawn background workers running scripts in parallel to their main page. The event handlers, interfaces and attributes currently not supported are:
|This specification defines a means for developers to programmatically determine the current visibility state of the page in order to develop power and CPU efficient Web applications.
|Timing control for script-based animations
|Resource effective animation timing control by user agent.
|This specification defines an interface for web applications to access timing information related to navigation and elements.
|Geolocation API Specification
|Provides scripted access to geographical location information associated with the hosting device.
|Widget Packaging and XML Configuration
|A packaging format and metadata for a class of software known as
|API for widgets that provides, amongst other things, functionality for accessing a widget's metadata and persistently storing data.
|XML Digital Signatures for Widgets
|A profile of the XML Signature Syntax and Processing 1.1 specification to allow a widget package to be digitally signed.
|Widget Access Request Policy
|The security model controlling network access from within a widget, as well as a method for authors to request that the user agent grant access to certain network resources or sets thereof.
W3C Specification Status:
- ED: Editor’s Draft
- WD: Working Draft
- LCWD: Last Call Working Draft
- CR: Candidate Recommendation
- PR: Proposed Recommendation
- REC: Recommendation
See W3C Technical Report Development Process for more details.
NoteThe APIs in ED, WD, LC status are considered to be in preliminary state. Such APIs do not carry a version compatibility promise. They may change in future versions of Tizen if the specifications change.