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A Better Handling of Client-Side Data Storage

  • Chris Apers
  • Daniel Paterson

Abstract

For years, when data needed to be stored on the client to enhance a page or actually allow it to work properly, developers could rely only on cookies. Although this has worked well for various applications, cookies have limitations that make them somewhat unfit for developing complex functionality. Size limits are not a problem when storing an identifier or some information from a session—such as shopping cart data—but they easily become impossible to handle when dealing with more complex tasks, such as calendar synchronization.

Keywords

Storage Area Structure Query Language Database Object Good Handling Callback Function 
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Copyright information

© Chris Apers and Daniel Paterson 2010

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  • Chris Apers
  • Daniel Paterson

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