MutationObserver provides developers a way to react to changes in a DOM. It is designed as a replacement for Mutation Events defined in the DOM3 Events specification.
This API has not been implemented as of Firefox OS 2.2. You probably actually want navigator.mozCameras.
The Node.baseURIObject property returns the nsIURI representing the node's (typically a document or an element) base URL. It's similar to Node.baseURI, except it returns an nsIURI instead of a string.
The Node.childNodes read-only property returns a live collection of child nodes of the given element.
The Node.cloneNode() method returns a duplicate of the node on which this method was called.
The PromiseResolver interface represents an object controlling the state and the result value of a Promise.
The Range.collapsed read-only property returns a Boolean flag indicating whether the start and end points of the Range are at the same position. It returns true if the start and end boundary points of the Range are the same point in the DOM, false if not.
The Range.createContextualFragment() method returns a DocumentFragment by invoking the HTML fragment parsing algorithm or the XML fragment parsing algorithm with the start of the range (the parent of the selected node) as the context node. The HTML fragment parsing algorithm is used if the range belongs to a Document whose HTMLness bit is set. In the HTML case, if the context node would be html, for historical reasons the fragment parsing algorithm is invoked with body as the context instead.
An object implementing the StyleSheet interface represents a single style sheet. CSS style sheets will further implement the more specialized CSSStyleSheet interface.
A TouchList whose touch points (Touch objects) varies depending on the event type, as follows:
A TouchList listing all the Touch objects for touch points that are still in contact with the touch surface and whose touchstart event occurred inside the same target element as the current target element.
A TouchList listing all the Touch objects for touch points that are currently in contact with the touch surface, regardless of whether or not they've changed or what their target element was at touchstart time.
The TouchList interface represents a list of contact points with a touch surface; for example, if the user has three fingers on the touch surface (such as a screen or trackpad), the corresponding TouchList object would have one Touch object for each finger, for a total of three entries.
Returns the Touch object at the specified index in the TouchList.
This read-only property indicates the number of items (touch points) in a TouchList.