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513 Jul 2012 @ 12:40 PDTJasonStrimpel's blogHTML5 Cache Manifest: An Off-label Usage@DorisGreys Good points - besides the one about Windows. :) I also dump non-sensitive data into local storage. All of this data is then used to populate client-side models - in memory structures. I...
405 Jul 2012 @ 04:35 PDTJasonStrimpel's blogCurrying via ECMAScript 5 Binding@briankkatz The you are using the wrong browser. :) There are some ES5 shims out there as well, https://github.com/kriskowal/es5-shim.
316 Jan 2012 @ 10:14 PSTJasonStrimpel's blogPart 1: Backbone.js + Require.js@yottadata – Below are some links describing AMD and the why. A direct relationship to Teradata does not exist unless you are developing portlets for Viewpoint. The article is intended for Front-...
213 Dec 2011 @ 08:25 PSTJasonStrimpel's blogHTML5 Cache Manifest: An Off-label Usage@Air2 Interesting. It is like cache busting for the AppCache without actually busting the cache. It is "new" URL, so the browser treats it as such. The unique URL would be added as another master f...
117 Nov 2011 @ 05:09 PSTJasonStrimpel's blogHTML5 Cache Manifest: An Off-label UsageGood point. From what I can find it looks like 5MB is the standard limit across all browsers.