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The URL.revokeObjectURL() static method releases an existing object URL which was previously created by calling URL.createObjectURL(). Call this method when you've finished using an object URL to let the browser know not to keep the reference to the file any longer.
The URL.createObjectURL() static method creates a DOMString containing a URL representing the object given in the parameter. The URL lifetime is tied to the document in the window on which it was created. The new object URL represents the specified File object or Blob object.
The searchParams property of the URL interface returns a URLSearchParams object allowing access to the GET query arguments contained in the URL.
The URL.origin read-only property returns a USVString containing the Unicode serialization of the origin of the represented URL, that is:
The URL() constructor returns a newly created URL object representing the URL defined by the parameters.
The URL interface represent an object providing static methods used for creating object URLs.
Through the Camera API, it is possible to take pictures with your device's camera and upload them into the current web page.
Although it's not trivial (for security reasons), it's possible to draw DOM content—such as HTML —into a canvas. This article, derived from this blog post by Robert O'Callahan, covers how you can do it securely, safely, and in accordance with the specification.
The HTMLCanvasElement.toBlob() method creates a Blob object representing the image contained in the canvas; this file may be cached on the disk or stored in memory at the discretion of the user agent. If type is not specified, the image type is image/png. The created image is in a resolution of 96dpi. The third argument is used with image/jpeg images to specify the quality of the output.