Find out why server-side storage is a great addition to your Angular 2 application, as well as basics on when to use it and its limitations.
- [Instructor] Storing data on a server…is also called server-side storage…and refers to data that's kept on…centralized hardware independent of the user's device.…This means users can switch devices,…clear their cache, and reinstall software…all they want, and their data will be…safely stored back on the server.…The upside of all this is device independence,…large storage volumes, and the full power…of relational and non-relational databases.…The major downside of server-side storage is network access.…
Your users will need a network connection…to access their data from a server…and network lag and transfer speeds…will affect the performance of your applications.…Server-side storage also requires pre-built…API endpoints for getting and setting data on the server.…These APIs may use a combination of SOAP, REST,…and AJAX protocols as part of the communication layer.…
- Overview of data storage options
- Saving and retrieving data from the browser
- Setting routes in the URL
- Using query strings and fragments instead of routes
- Saving and retrieving data from a server
- Working with user input
- Using JSONP instead of HTTP
- Why writing custom services is important
- Writing custom services for working with browsers and servers
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
Application overview1m 39s
2. Data Storage Options
3. Storing Data in the Browser
4. Storing Data on a Server
5. Writing Custom Services
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