Monday, March 8, 2010

HTML5 Storage Complexity

With new emerging HTML5 standard, Google is focusing on using the standard for local, client-based data storage. Its nice to have some flexibility in the browser in terms of how data is stored and how to go about retrieving that data. Having a database API would no doubt help in that effort.

But is that getting too complex? Having a feature-rich data store in the web browser might take too much of the design focus away from the overall service architecture. Instead, I think it makes more sense to store URIs on the client. These URIs represent the potentially complex resource states that live on the server.

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