Originally Posted by xelawho
I guess I'll google around for using ajax with manifests, unless you have something handy...?
i already gave out all my manifest secrets and painful lessons.
in the manifest, you simply list the url(s) that your ajax calls make, just like you list an image or stylesheet url, and they will magically ".ajax()" even without internet.
if you have dozens of url combos, this is less workable, but then you're basically asking to take the server's DB with you, which is a tall order.
you can also memorize the data with localStorage or one of the client-side DBs out there.
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