So there is a similar post found here html-5-filesystem-access-type-error. However, I'm not very satisfied with the conclusion because I do not feel it actually answered the question - the solution given is the deprecated code solution. Does anyo...
I'm working on a webapp and I'm trying to access directories using the filesystem API. I need to request a quota from the user before accessing the directories according to specification. I should do something like this:  ... navigator.webkit...
Is there a cross-browser jquery like wrapper API abstraction over the various web storage systems available?...
This is driving me crazy.  I have a message queue that I'm using a local storage web DB to store these messages when the device is offline and when there is an internet connection it sends out these messages. After it sends the messages, I want t...
For example, I opened a document named "Doc1" from my drive. If I rename it to "Doc2" from the drive explorer, the opened document in the other tab gets reloaded and changes it's name. I want to know exactly how google does this?...
I am using session storage to save link content and image. It work but problem is with back button. It doesn't work. It might resolve History API but support is horrible. No IE, Android support...Is there an alternative? With sessionStorage i can...
I have a container div containing some html - for example:  <div id="container">      <h1>Bla bla</h1>      <div class="myItem"></div>      <a href="#">Send</a> </div>   and some...
I know that local and session storage capacity is 5MB and cookie has 4MB,  If I want to store More than 5MB data in web storage ONLY then what is the alternate solution for this?...
I'm looking for way to use local storage to remember the CSS settings of a expand/collapse element  so for my JavaScript looks like this (which grabs the id and handles the expand/collapse)  function toggleHeight(id, link) {     var e = document....
I am trying to add/append to new/existing localStorage using this code:    function add(){      var name = document.getElementById("name").value;     var ort = document.getElementById("ort").value;      var user = {"name":name...

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