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ChromeWorkers and the Chrome worker loader

To complement the open Web Worker functionality, Mozilla has introduced the ChromeWorker interface, which provides this capability within application chrome. That makes it available not only to the application itself, but also to add-ons.

This documentation covers chrome Workers and the chrome worker module loader.

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Chrome Worker Modules
The preferred way to define and load modules for Chrome Workers is to use the Chrome Worker Module Loader. This module loader should not surprise developers familiar with CommonJS, as it implements a minimal CommonJS require().

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