Brad Neuberg tackles offline access and permanent, client-side storage for AJAX apps

The man‘s a madman. I can’t even keep up with him. Oh, a snippet from his thorough explanation:

I’ve finally finished; dojo.storage is now done, in beta, and fully open source under a business-friendly BSD license.

The offline and dojo.storage work together, because whether you are offline or online you can access the same persistent storage, saving data while offline then syncing when online. Expect a dojo.offline and dojo.sync in the future that will provide abstractions for common operations like this. I’m looking for financial sponsors on this if you are interested.

(Emphasis mine).

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Author: Chris Messina

Product guy, friend to startups, inventor of the hashtag, proponent of bots and conversational apps; Xoogler and X Uber.

5 thoughts on “Brad Neuberg tackles offline access and permanent, client-side storage for AJAX apps”

  1. Sure thing — nice work!

    Bangalore was awesome — totally great time.

    And no, not yet, but I’ll take a look!

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