- HyperText Markup Language is the language used to describe and define the content of a web page.
- Cascading Style Sheets ( Cascading Style Sheets ) is used to describe the appearance of the content of a web page.
- Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP ) is an application layer protocol, client-server-oriented, that allows the transfer of web documents such as HTML documents.
- Web APIs
- The reference content for each of the interfaces that make up the web APIs; Including DOM , all relative APIs and interfaces that can be used to build web content and applications.
- The interfaces reference of the different web APIs : all interfaces, sorted alphabetically.
- WebAPI : This page lists APIs for accessing device components, as well as other APIs useful for applications.
- The event reference describes the set of events that can be used to react to the milestones that have occurred in a web page or application.
- Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) can describe images as sets of vectors and shapes so that they can change their size freely without pixelation. One of the advantages of the SVG format is that it is possible to resize a drawing to infinity without losing any detail.
- WebGL brings 3D graphics to the Web with an OpenGL ES 2.0 API that can be used on HTML elements
Audio, Video, Multimedia
- Web Media Technologies
- A list of APIs with links to their respective documentation.
- Multimedia capture and delivery APIs
- A list that refers to the set of APIs used to broadcast, record and modify media streams, locally and across a network. It includes the use of cameras and microphones to record video from audio and images.
- Mathematical Markup Language makes it possible to display complex mathematical equations.