|Web Alarms API|
|Written by Kay Ewbank|
|Thursday, 14 February 2013|
W3C has published the first working draft of the Web Alarms API Specification. The API gives developers access to device alarm settings for applications that need to notify the user.
Examples of applications suggested by W3C include alarm clocks, calendars or auto-updates. The system level API would be used to schedule a notification or to start an application at a specific time.
The Alarm API supports the following features:
Using the API, you’d be able to add an alarm that respects the local time zone to a device using code such as
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|Last Updated ( Thursday, 14 February 2013 )|