Join Justin Putney for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the application cache manifest, part of Creating an Advanced Responsive Presentation in HTML5.
Another feature that's of great use, especially if you're targeting a mobile…device, is the application cache. When using an application cache the…advantage comes after the users have viewed the site for the first time.…At that point, all of the assets are stored locally, so if you're going to put…your presentation on a mobile device, like a tablet.…Having the cache is extremely useful because if you're carrying the tablet or…phone around at a conference or on a sales call.…Somewhere where you're out in the field and you don't have an internet connection,…you can still access the presentation. So here's the w3schools page on the…application cache. The support, how it works.…
I recommend taking a look at this. The application cache is kind of a pain to…generate, and it's kind of wonky and I'll show you in the next video on testing it.…Some point in the future, maybe by the time this video is available, I'll have…some kind of automatic tool or script that'll help you generate this.…And you can find it at the short link ajar.pro/tools/appcache.…
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