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    Hi I wonder if there is a way for me to upload an image and display the same in a component interface without having to copy it to a folder on the server, or save it in a database without having to use features of HTML 5?

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    There are a few articles on the web about sending it to localstorage if you did not want to use the html5 filesystem.

    is that what you meant?

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    In case of storing the locastorage, how could it be done?
    Would be stored the image contents or even the only way of its origin?

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    You can google: 'upload image localstorage' and there are many articles on performing this. I have not tried this myself.

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    I appreciate the answer, but from what I saw of HTML5 localStorage depends. If you watch my review of the restrictions that had requested shall not use HTML5.

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