runtime library

Classes

AwaitPromiseResult
BindingCalledEvent
CallArgument
Represents function call argument. Either remote object id objectId, primitive value, unserializable primitive value or neither of (for undefined) them should be specified.
CallFrame
Stack entry for runtime errors and assertions.
CallFunctionOnResult
CompileScriptResult
ConsoleAPICalledEvent
CustomPreview
EntryPreview
EvaluateResult
ExceptionDetails
Detailed information about exception (or error) that was thrown during script compilation or execution.
ExceptionRevokedEvent
ExceptionThrownEvent
ExecutionContextDescription
Description of an isolated world.
ExecutionContextId
Id of an execution context.
GetHeapUsageResult
GetPropertiesResult
InspectRequestedEvent
InternalPropertyDescriptor
Object internal property descriptor. This property isn't normally visible in JavaScript code.
ObjectPreview
Object containing abbreviated remote object value.
PropertyDescriptor
Object property descriptor.
PropertyPreview
RemoteObject
Mirror object referencing original JavaScript object.
RemoteObjectId
Unique object identifier.
RunScriptResult
RuntimeApi
Runtime domain exposes JavaScript runtime by means of remote evaluation and mirror objects. Evaluation results are returned as mirror object that expose object type, string representation and unique identifier that can be used for further object reference. Original objects are maintained in memory unless they are either explicitly released or are released along with the other objects in their object group.
ScriptId
Unique script identifier.
StackTrace
Call frames for assertions or error messages.
StackTraceId
If debuggerId is set stack trace comes from another debugger and can be resolved there. This allows to track cross-debugger calls. See Runtime.StackTrace and Debugger.paused for usages.
TimeDelta
Number of milliseconds.
Timestamp
Number of milliseconds since epoch.
UniqueDebuggerId
Unique identifier of current debugger.
UnserializableValue
Primitive value which cannot be JSON-stringified. Includes values -0, NaN, Infinity, -Infinity, and bigint literals.