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The DOMHighResTimeStamp type is a double and is used to store a time value. The value could be a discrete point in time or the difference in time between two discrete points in time. The unit is milliseconds and should be accurate to 5 µs (microseconds). However, if the browser is unable to provide a time value accurate to 5 microseconds (due, for example, to hardware or software constraints), the browser can represent the value as a time in milliseconds accurate to a millisecond.
API High resolution Resolution Time


The MozTimeManager interface is used to set the system time on a device.
API B2G Firefox OS Non-standard Time


The interface of the the WebRTC API provides an object represents a certificate that an RTCPeerConnection uses to authenticate.
API Interface real-time communications Reference RTCCertificate WebRTC