src/include/terms.html
author James Craig <jcraig@apple.com>
Mon, 17 Dec 2012 11:17:59 -0800
changeset 50 a26a506f5392
parent 47 b6c8e8f1048d
child 53 b2f4df14aa49
permissions -rw-r--r--
part of ACTION-37: Add @ui-actions element and explain event.receiver as opposed to event.target and element registered as the event listener
<h2>Glossary</h2>
<dl>
	
	<dt id="def_assistive_technology">Assistive Technology</dt>
	<dd class="placeholder">TBD</dd>
	
	<dt id="def_marked_element">Marked Element(s)</dt>
	<dd class="placeholder">TBD</dd>
	
	<dt id="def_point_of_regard">Point-of-Regard</dt>
	<dd class="placeholder">
		TBD
		<p class="ednote">Depending on the context, this is either the element under the pointer (e.g. mouse cursor), the currently focused element (document.activeElement), or an element that the assistive technology determines to be the subject of the user's attention.</p>
	</dd>
	
	<dt id="def_request_event_receiver">Request Event Receiver</dt>
	<dd class="placeholder">
		TBD
		<p class="ednote">Need to explain difference between the event.target, the element handler the event (addEventListener), and the "receiver" of the UIRequestEvent. The event "receiver" will be author-defined with an attribute (potentially @actions or @ui-actions) that describes the type of UI actions that can be performed on the element (the UIRequestEvent "receiver") as is a contract declaration of the types of UIRequestEvents that will be received and handled by the web application.</p>
	</dd>
	
	<dt id="def_user_agent">User Agent</dt>
	<dd class="placeholder">TBD</dd>
	
</dl>