An internationalized domain name IDN is an Internet domain name that contains at least one label that is displayed in software applications , in whole or in part, in a language-specific script or alphabet , such as Arabic , Chinese , Cyrillic , Devanagari , Hebrew or the Latin alphabet -based characters with diacritics or ligatures , such as French. These writing systems are encoded by computers in multibyte Unicode. The DNS, which performs a lookup service to translate user-friendly names into network addresses for locating Internet resources, is restricted in practice  to the use of ASCII characters, a practical limitation that initially set the standard for acceptable domain names. The internationalization of domain names is a technical solution to translate names written in language-native scripts into an ASCII text representation that is compatible with the DNS. Internationalized domain names can only be used with applications that are specifically designed for such use; they require no changes in the infrastructure of the Internet.
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The lifetime of a service worker registration is beyond that of the ServiceWorkerRegistration objects that represent them within the lifetime of their corresponding service worker clients. The browser maintains a persistent list of active ServiceWorkerRegistration objects. Also implements properties from its parent interface, EventTarget. Also implements methods from its parent interface, EventTarget. In this example, the code first checks whether the browser supports service workers and if so registers one. Next, it adds and updatefound event in which it uses the service worker registration to listen for further changes to the service worker's state. If the service worker hasn't changed since the last time it was registered, than the updatefound event will not be fired. This page was translated from English by the community. This must be on the same origin as the document that registers the ServiceWorker.