In FAST, the Design System is a collection of properties that informs visual rendering. It generally contains information about fonts, type-ramps, colors, etc.
Refers to the collection of modern browsers that auto-update to frequently make available the latest web standard features to their customers.
An umbrella term referring to a collection of new CSS capabilities that enable web developers to “break out” of the black box of CSS. Capabilities include a typed object model for CSS, custom painting, custom layout algorithms, animation and scrolling control, etc.
Time to Interactive (TTI)
The amount of time it takes a web page to become interactive. The smaller the TTI, the better.
An umbrella term referring to a collection of new HTML and CSS capabilities aimed at enabling a native, extensible component model for the web. Typically, the term refers to the following specs: HTMLTemplateElement, Custom Elements, and Shadow DOM. Sometimes CSS properties are included in the list. The list also continues to expand with features like Adopted Style Sheets, CSS Shadow Parts and Themes, and native HTML/CSS modules.