A BOM (browser object model) is a set of global objects that control browser behavior. You can find all of them within the
Let's take a look at some of them:
It provides information about the browser, such as version, name, the locale used, available permissions, and plug-ins enabled:
It allows you to manage the address bar. For example, this is how you can initiate the loading of another page:
location.href = 'https://hexlet.io';
With the help of this object, you can navigate through the history of transitions.
Moreover, you can form it in cases where there is no actual transition through the pages:
It is a modern method for executing AJAX requests. Communication with the server and other sites happens with the help of the
You can learn more about this in a future lesson.
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