ACTION-31: Consider including window.animationStartTime and the requestAnimationFrame() callback timestamp as monotonically increasing clocks, in UTC format with millisecond resolution.

Consider including window.animationStartTime and the requestAnimationFrame() callback timestamp as monotonically increasing clocks, in UTC format with millisecond resolution.

State:
closed
Person:
Cameron McCormack
Due on:
February 29, 2012
Created on:
May 18, 2011
Associated Issue:
monotonic-clock
Related emails:
  1. [minutes] 2012-10-17 Web Performance WG Teleconference #85 (from jmann@microsoft.com on 2012-10-17)
  2. Re: [minutes] 2012-10-10 Web Performance WG Teleconference #84 (from jamesr@google.com on 2012-10-11)
  3. RE: [minutes] 2012-10-10 Web Performance WG Teleconference #84 (from jmann@microsoft.com on 2012-10-11)
  4. Re: [minutes] 2012-10-10 Web Performance WG Teleconference #84 (from jamesr@google.com on 2012-10-11)
  5. [minutes] 2012-10-10 Web Performance WG Teleconference #84 (from jmann@microsoft.com on 2012-10-10)
  6. [minutes] 20110518 Web Performance WG Teleconference #33 (from jmann@microsoft.com on 2011-05-18)

Related notes:

animationStartTime got dropped

Philippe Le Hégaret, 6 Feb 2013, 22:54:35

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