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Application caching in the safari browser?

From: user 1.
Sent on: Saturday, August 15, 2009 8:42 PM
Hello people,

Are any of you implementing application caching in the browser?

Here is the use-case I am interested in:

End-user-Bob uses his browser to navigate to the_bob_end_user_crm­_app.com

While there he navigates to these URLs:

the_bob_end_user_crm­_app.com/accts/show/­123
the_bob_end_user_crm­_app.com/accts/show/­321
the_bob_end_user_crm­_app.com/accts/show/­45678

Each of the above URLs displays dynamic HTML from Rails or an app-server.

Next, he disconnects his browser from the web.

He navigates to this URL:

the_bob_end_user_crm­_app.com/accts/show/­87654

He receives a message:

You are not connected to the net.
the_bob_end_user_crm­_app.com/accts/show/­87654
is unavailable.

He navigates to this URL:

the_bob_end_user_crm­_app.com/accts/show/­123

He sees HTML which is cached in his browser via "application caching"

Are any of you doing anything like this?

I know it is possible because gmail.com exhibits this type of behavior.

I'm looking for demos/tutorials/disc­ussions which would teach me how to do this.

Thanks,

Audrey

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