3. I could add this to my database library that I have here also. It would 100% abstract where the data is stored and retrieved from. I'm confused as to how this works though (again new to web development. normally doing console/desktop stuff). What is a working manifest int he <HTML> tag look like and what does it do? Why do you need volunteers to embed html pages in other domains? Not really following how this all works, but I like the idea of it. I do get the impression though that if this caught on it would be a reason for browsers to stop supporting it as it's sort of exploiting storage and it sounds like on the web side here so much of how to store data on the client is up in the air. Standards seem to many and people seem to be arguing over what's the best and what to support. Your Apple example is another example of browsers starting to rebel against local storage.
4. Thanks. I would love to add this to my database library also to save even more space when storing the data.
Last edited by RickP; 11-28-2012 at 03:20 PM..