Telerik blogs
  • Web

    Save for Later Feature in Forms Using LocalStorage

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    Forms are an integral part of the web, but filling them can be strenuous - especially with long forms. Let's learn how to build a "save for later" feature for forms using HTML5 LocalStorage. Users will be able to continue filling a form from where they left off even after closing it, and when returning to the page, the form is pre-filled with their previously entered information.
  • Web

    IndexedDB—A Database in the Browser (Part 2)

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    When localStorage and cookies reach their limits, when their thread blocking nature slow your app down, it's time to reach for IndexDB. But why live with the low-level API that can be clumsy to get the hang of? Reach for PouchDB and start taking advantage of this asynchronous, performant browser storage today.
  • Web

    Storage Options in the Browser (Part 1)

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    Should you use localStorage or cookies to store your authentication token? What are the tradeoffs to each approach and how can you tie them all together? Did you know that localStorage can even be used to synchronize logout across multiple tabs?
  • Mobile

    Solving offline data persistence and data sync scenarios with Telerik DataSync for iOS

    Telerik DataSync is a powerful solution designed to simplify the task of data management and synchronisation on mobile devices. It features a lightweight ORM for local data persistence to SQLite, a set of highly-efficient algorithms for synchronising data over various network types - Wi-Fi, cellular, and so forth as well as seamless integration with cloud providers. It addresses a set of complex data persistence and synchronization problems commonplace in mobile application development scenarios.