Friday, May 19th, 2006
Brad Neuberg has posted his slides from the Ajax Experience 2006 conference covering his look at persistent storage methods for your web applications, both off and online. It focuses specifically on using the Dojo.Storage to keep large amounts of data at the fingertips of your app.
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.
The presentation walks users how to use the Dojo.Storage module inside a full-scale open source application (,a href=”http://codinginparadise.org/weblog/2006/05/moxie-open-source-web-editor-with.html”>Moxie) to manage text in a word processing environment both off and online. There’s also links to the demos mentioned in the presentation – one for Moxie and the other a test of the Dojo.Storage interface.
Posted by Chris Cornutt at 9:12 am