14 Feb '12, 2pm

peepcode's latest "HTML5: Browser Caching" is worth every penny: - Manifest caching, localStorage, etc.

peepcode's latest "HTML5: Browser Caching" is worth every penny: - Manifest caching, localStorage, etc.

What People Are Saying About HTML5: Browser Caching “Peepcode's latest "HTML5: Browser Caching" is worth every penny: Manifest caching, localStorage, etc.” Ilya Grigorik What People Are Saying About PeepCode “PeepCode is awesome!” Tim O'Reilly, O'Reilly Media “I suspect there are a lot of smart DF readers out there who know nothing about the Unix-y aspects of Mac OS X, would like to, but never found a good way to get started. This screencast is it.” John Gruber, Daring Fireball “Mercurial is just what I was looking for. Happy to pay to support people making such high-quality and informative screencasts.” Jason Kottke “Absolutely fantastic - I haven't seen a PeepCode screencast before and I'm super impressed with the level of graphics/audio...I just finished it and it really is a great intro. Well done.” David Kaneda, author of jQTouch “These things are fantastic and the pr...

Full article: http://peepcode.com/products/html5-browser-caching

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