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    Default What about using HTML 5 Database Storage in ExtJS Storage Proxy?

    Hi!
    Read in http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#!...y.LocalStorage :
    The LocalStorageProxy uses the new HTML5 localStorage API to save Model data locally on the client browser. HTML5 localStorage is a key-value store ...

    But it is very slowly!
    A you going to support new HTML 5 Database Storage API?


    Regards, Sergey

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    Is this what you are talking about?

    http://www.w3.org/TR/webdatabase/

    May want to read the black box with yellow dashed borders.
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    And that's why I asked. There is a community IndexedDB proxy from ggrgur
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    Ops
    You are right unfortunately ((
    Our company planning to develop a Rich client based on Sencha. The main feature - ability to work offline, so we need a large javascript database storage (>10 Mb), working on desktop and mobile platfrom. This approach was the most preferable, but now it is a problem.
    Can you suggest a solution?

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