- The ability to test for features before using the feature using methods such as WindowGlobal.isIndexedDBSupported(). The feature tests can be done dynamically at runtime or statically at compile-time. If done at compile time then the code can be compiled assuming that the feature is present or absent.
- Global execution contexts other than "window" are natively supported. From a practical perspective this means it is relatively easy to use Akasha to write service workers and access the globals via ServiceWorkerGlobal. Similarly there exists AudioWorkletGlobal and DedicatedWorkerGlobal etc. Within a GWT application, these global execution contexts may still require custom linkers but are much easier to write.
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