Application Object Model

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Application Object Model[1] (AOM) for Mozilla is an application programming interface for manipulating the application using JavaScript. It is similar to Document Object Model, but instead of being document-centric, it is application-centric. For example, opening web services, saving files, etc.

This term was coined to avoid confusion with DOM which is mainly used for manipulating HTML documents.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hyatt, Dave. "The Implementation of the Application Object Model". Retrieved 16 August 2012.