An additional consideration with any web API is how broadly supported it is on the browsers that are currently in use. Whenever you’re worried that a feature you want to use might be too bleeding-edge to risk, try searching for it at caniuse.com. It’s the best way to see which browsers have implemented a given feature and what proportion of the browsing public is likely to be able to take advantage of it.
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