Posts Tagged: client-side storage

How to detect buggy IndexedDB implementations

How to detect buggy IndexedDB implementations

After years of struggling with persistent client side storage, IndexedDB is finally available on all major browsers nowadays. All good, right? Well, almost. There are some implementations out there that are either buggy (Safari) or are lacking features (IE). It’s not a show-stopper if you’re just looking for a simple key-value store, but if you
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Storehouse – Client Side Object Storage for the Dojo Store API

Storehouse – Client Side Object Storage for the Dojo Store API

It’s been some time since dojox/storage, and a lot of things changed since then. Most notably: Browsers now have IndexedDB, and Dojo now has the dojo/store API that widgets can directly work with. The dojo/store API was built with IndexedDB and offline in mind, has a nice API and allows asynchronism, meaning that it can
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