Work offline with HTML5 web storage
Use web storage to add offline capabilities
From the developerWorks archives
Date archived: January 4, 2017 | First published: October 02, 2012
HTML5, the new HTML standard, supports a wide
array of new functions and layout techniques. It fully supports multimedia,
CSS3, and drawing capabilities with canvas and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG).
HTML5 offers new semantic elements, and also provides a legitimate way to create
XMLHttpRequest, and something called web storage.
This article discusses the power of web storage and why it's a better
storage method than cookies. Learn about the basic concepts, browser support,
and the HTML5 web storage objects.
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