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how to make an Angular.js app offline with server sync when available

Posted by: admin February 12, 2018 Leave a comment

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I’m looking for an approach or a library that handles this. the idea is to store data in localstorage and sync to the backend when a connection is available, http://pouchdb.com/ looks like a cool solution but anyone has use it on production?

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Right now you can also use:

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Haven’t used it yet, but familiar w/ the concepts behind BreezeJS from their other offerings in .NET. Check it out http://www.breezejs.com/ and here’s Ward Bell presenting it to the Googlers
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P2ErSQj3SN8&feature=player_profilepage

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you can also take a look at jaydata
http://jaydata.org/blog/synchronized-online-offline-data-applications-part-2-syncing-large-tables-and-tables-with-foreign-relations

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breezejs is not a sync solution!
if server data changes what happen in local data
if some recordes deleted on server after last update local data must sync after a method called sync in other word some date must come back to client after calling savechange that tell client db to be sync with server