Join Joseph Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Utilizing local storage, part of Working with Data on the Web.
Local storage is a terrific tool for quickly and easily adding…a sense of state to standard websites without resorting to server-side coding.…In this lesson, I'm going to show you the two fundamental local storage functions…and also show you how to work with it during testing and development.…To demonstrate the power of local storage, we'll be looking at…an almost finished product for creating a cool interactive survey that…I built for my lynda.com course, HTML5 projects; creating surveys.…
The last detail that we'll add is to bring local storage online.…So, let's take a look at the current state of the project without local storage.…So I have the survey.htm file from chapter six 0602 folder of…the exercise files now open in my browser. As you can see it says it's a survey cube.…What's that?, you say, intrigued site visitor.…Well, let's take the survey and find out.…So I'm going to scroll down a little bit so you can get the full effect.…What subjects are you most interested in?…I think maybe Architecture, Photography and Sculpture for me.…
- Interacting with data through HTML forms
- Storing data as comma-separated values
- Saving, retrieving, and displaying data as XML
- Setting up and updating JSON data
- Creating a YAML data file
- Using HTML5 data storage solutions
Skill Level Intermediate
Integrating Google Store Locator with HTML5with Joseph Lowery43m 47s Intermediate
1. The State of Data on the Web
2. Handling Client-Friendly CSV
3. Exploring XML
4. Incorporating JSON
5. Investigating YAML
6. Applying HTML5 Solutions
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