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JavaScript

What is a DOM Interface in JavaScript?

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/Document_Object_Model/Introduction#DOM_interfaces

I'm having trouble comprehending what an interface within the JavaScript realm is.

1 Answer

Victor Enriquez
Victor Enriquez
22,766 Points

It is an object and a portion of the DOM by which JavaScript can alter the behavior of such a portion of the DOM. JavaScript by itself doesn't have these objects. So when a browser is developed these objects/interfaces are created as an API to enable JavaScript to manipulate the DOM.