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Re: Offline Web Apps

From: Marghanita da Cruz <marghanita@ramin.com.au>
Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 18:14:25 +1000
Message-ID: <46CE9361.3000702@ramin.com.au>
To: Ian Hickson <ian@hixie.ch>
CC: public-html@w3.org

Ian Hickson wrote:
<snip>
> USER INTERACTION SCENARIOS
> 
> It seems like we are talking about the following kinds of scenarios:
> 
> 1. User goes to a page, then, without closing the page, goes offline
>    and uses it, then goes back online and continues to use it. The
>    page and its subresources are always at their most
>    up-to-date. Interactions with the page while offline are synced to
>    the server when going online.
> 
> 2. User goes to a page, then closes the browser. User restarts the
>    browser while offline, and goes to the page. User restarts the
>    browser again while online, and goes to the page. The page and its
>    subresources are always at their most up-to-date. Interactions with
>    the page while offline are synced to the server when going online.
> 
> 3. Same as 1 or 2, except that the user is not online for long enough
>    to fully download the updated resources. The application doesn't stop 
>    working, it is still usable the second time the user is offline.
> 
<snip>
and maybe...

*Backup/Download of presentation slides, to USB Drive or CDROM, as a fallback 
incase there is problem with Internet Access (note the challenge here is for the 
slides to work across desktop platforms).

*Completely offline multimedia CDROMs/DVDROMS incorporating Video eg
<http://www.ramin.com.au/linux/greeting-cd.html>

Marghanita
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Received on Friday, 24 August 2007 08:15:57 GMT

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