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Hi Corion

Thanks for pointing me to localStorage, it works quite well in Firefox and default browser (tested it with 2048 game webpage ;-)

> ... without needing the browser open.

True but ATM I'd prefer to see conflicts ASAP, so initiating a synchronization manually from HTML seems reasonable.

> K9 mail application

wow, thanks for showing me K9, nice client! :)

> It's a simple protocol that knows how to deal with network interruptions.

Indeed, that's also the way I'm going now! :)

I need a working solution ASAP, but localStorage is a technology I'll certainly can use in future projects!

Cheers Rolf

(addicted to the Perl Programming Language and ☆☆☆☆ :)


In reply to Re^2: Using Perl to access notes/memos on my mobile (localStorage / mail client) by LanX
in thread Using Perl to access notes/memos on my mobile by LanX

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