Saving HTML Form data

I have started playing with Adobe AIR and used that in conjunction with Dreamweaver CS3. It became apparent that one can build an html form that can be used for both online and offline data entry. The html form is run within the AIR runtime, not within the browser. As AIR provides file I/O read and write capability, the form data can be saved locally for later use. For example, user can enter data while the computer is offline and may choose to submit the form data next day when the computer is online. This is similar to what the Acrobat interactive pdf form can do. Quite nice.

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~ by brianchau on September 30, 2007.

3 Responses to “Saving HTML Form data”

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