This domain exposes CSS read/write operations. All CSS objects (stylesheets, rules, and styles)
have an associated id used in subsequent operations on the related object. Each object type has
a specific id structure, and those are not interchangeable between objects of different kinds.
CSS objects can be loaded using the get*ForNode() calls (which accept a DOM node id). A client
can also keep track of stylesheets via the styleSheetAdded/styleSheetRemoved events and
subsequently load the required stylesheet contents using the getStyleSheet[Text]() methods.
This domain exposes DOM read/write operations. Each DOM Node is represented with its mirror object
that has an id. This id can be used to get additional information on the Node, resolve it into
nodes that are known to the client. Backend keeps track of the nodes that were sent to the client
and never sends the same node twice. It is client's responsibility to collect information about
the nodes that were sent to the client.
EventBreakpoints permits setting breakpoints on particular operations and
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.