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    Cool! Track shipments with an RSS feed How much data are companies willing to let outside their firewall? (Or, does AppExchange violate SOX compliance?)

    Client side storage using Dojo

    This is really cool.  Ajaxian ran a story about a new capability built into the Dojo framework that provides persistent client-side storage.  There's even a link to a demo app.  Although it has some limited use because, frankly, I want my Web apps to work on every machine I use (yes I'm a geek I'm in front of at least 2 machines at all times), this opens up some cool possibilities.

    It even does a pretty nifty trick of deciding the most appropriate storage mechanism for the client, with multiple options including cookies, flash, and IE-specific.  I'm envisioning using this for Live Clipboard 2.0, in fact it could even work like the MS Office clipboard where you're able to hold more than one object/text chunk a time.  Groovy.

    IDEA:  Could we keep a security token there?

    Cool! Track shipments with an RSS feed How much data are companies willing to let outside their firewall? (Or, does AppExchange violate SOX compliance?)

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