More on Google’s lost Gears

Here is a good article that summarizes the moves to provide browsers that manage offline storage (without a need for Google’s Gears) and that these plans are not really tied so much to HTML5 but to other working group specs.   Its an interesting discussion about the best choice for the implementation of the offline storage management: SQLite or NoSQL?

assertTrue( ): Will HTML5 be SQL-free?

Be that as it may, the decision facing the browser-makers at this point is what kind of offline storage to use for browser-mediated web apps. Specifically, will the underlying store support SQL, or not?

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