Monday, May 15, 2006
New Slides from Ajax Experience Talk: "Beyond Cookies: Persistent Storage (and Offline Access) for AJAX/DHTML Applications Using Dojo.Storage"
I've put up the slides from the talk I gave last week at the Ajax Experience 2006 conference:
Beyond Cookies: Persistent Storage (and Offline Access) for AJAX/DHTML Applications Using Dojo.Storage
"Learn how the new dojo.storage system can allow web applications to persistently and securely store large amounts of data.
Web applications have been constrained by the 4K limit of cookies for years. Learn how the new dojo.storage system can allow web applications to persistently and securely store large amounts of data. Developers will be shown how to use the dojo.storage API; example applications that use these APIs, such as a web-based word processor that persists its file's locally rather than on a server; and details of how dojo.storage is internally implemented."I take folks through how to use dojo.storage; a full sample open source application named Moxie that is an advanced, rich text web editor with persistent client-side storage and offline access; how to build something like Moxie yourself; how dojo.storage works internally; and how to do offline access.
See the presentation:
In any case I thought your presentation was well done and informative. Thanks for creating a truly interesting coding blog!
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That will be the day: web pages are so nice to me already with the spyware.
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