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Creating a client side database to store consumed web services?

I have been developing android application for a while now. What we currently do is we first develop our UI components in the mean time web API developers will be completing the web APIs required, so ...
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Is there a reason not to use HTML5 local storage for content

On many static websites the total size of the actual text content of the most popular 20 pages would come in at under 100kb. I would imagine that it would be possible to leverage HTML5 local storage ...
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Preserving data in js with multipage application

One benefit of single page applications like Angular.js, is that you can store data in a global variable and access in multiple routes. With multiple page applications, the data is lost during ...
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Hybrid Apps and Storage - how does it work with Native apps and which to use?

I'm using Ionic at the moment. I believe, like many others, that hybrid apps will become more more common/important than they are now simply because the frameworks are getting better and better. ...
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How to implement simple secure client side encryption

I know these sorts of questions come up, but I couldn't find a simple answer, most of the answers are "don't do that" For play, I built myself a webapp, it uses sjcl to encrypt and decrypt notes on ...
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How do browsers handle URLs in HTML5 offline mode?

I just read the de facto standard for HTML5 offline/localStorage. It has me curious: if I build my web app to work regardless of whether or not there's an internet connection, and I use HTML5 ...
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Cross browser client side storage

I am developing an angularjs app. The app has to run in current FF, IE, Chrome and on iOS/Android via Phonegap. I am looking for a solution to store data in the client. Phonegap offers a web sql ...
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Caching large amount of ajax returned objects

I'm building an application which fetches large amount of items with ajax requests via other application API. It returns me 6k - 30k js objects which are used multiple times across various application ...
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Under what scenarios will an App's localStorage get cleared?

I am developing an Hybrid android app using HTML5 which will work completely offline. Today morning when I opened the app, I saw that all the data stored in localStorage was cleared. Under what ...
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Why is Web SQL database deprecated?

I am making a hybrid Android app. At first I decided to use localStorage, after spending 2 days, I realized that it is very strange and so dropped it. Then, I picked up indexedDB, after spending ...
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The best approach to building a mobile service that's also available when the connection drops?

Hopefully this question will be a good suit for P.SE since it is a whiteboard-level 'how can this be done' conceptual question. I'm trying to build a product that needs to be available to someone on ...
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How to verify data from localStorage on a server

On my mobile app, I am storing the username of a logged in person, and downloading some data for the given/stored username. When the user checks for updates to his data content on the server, the ...
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How to manage document format changes with local storage?

I'm programming a Javascript application which saves "documents" in localStorage. As the app evolves, naturally there are changes in the document format. I've tried searching but not found anything ...