[Standards-JIG] The Ack Hack.
trejkaz at trypticon.org
Sat May 13 01:20:46 UTC 2006
On Friday 12 May 2006 01:37, Michal vorner Vaner wrote:
> Not all clients are on computers. Not all clients have the right to save
> anything. There are web clients, flash clients, clients on friends
> computer, where it is not feasible to save anything at all. I do not
> speak about complexity, but about the fact that not all environments are
> PC with nice big disk.
Web clients - cookies.
Flash clients - either you mean flash on the web, in which case cookies (Flash
as an application, in which case you can do whatever you want.
Client on a friend's computer - is still a client! What, would something like
Psi magically discover there is no connected hard disk, just because the
"wrong" person is using it? I think not.
Phone clients - J2ME has storage facilities on even many older phones.
In short, the vast majority of clients *do* have some way to store state.
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