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Aruna Tebel
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Article about implementing a custom directive in AngularJS.

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My first blog post briefly discussing about some concepts behind AngularJS. #angularjs   #webdevelopment
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Hello devs,

We (a group of four) are going to develop an "Offline Web Application Framework" for our final year project at the University. The scope is to develop this as a client side framework with the usage of HTML5 offline capabilities (such as appcache, indexedb, WebSql, local storage etc.) and mainly Js/Jquery as the language.

Before moving on with the implementation, we would like to gather some generic features to implement. (For eg: Offline form submissions). Because it is not possible to support an entire offline capable functionality. (For eg: login actions cannot be offline enabled)

Can you people suggest us some feature which you may find useful to perform when you are offline. We would highly appreciate if you can also provide real world scenarios, where you have thought that "it would be great if I could do this offline". 

We have already look into some good web based applications like Google Docs, Gmail Offline etc. 

So basically what we are looking for is some generic features of web applications which are worth making offline capable.

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Found out a handy platform to store and query JSON data without the burden of managing databases.
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Big data comes into play!
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Collective phenomena..! Just amazing..
This is a great illustration of collective phenomena. If you look closely, each dot is just moving around in a regular circle; but because the different circles are out of phase with each other, when you back away you see waves steadily moving across the screen. It's a simple demonstration of how large-scale, collective phenomena can emerge from very simple small-scale behavior. Things like this happen all over the place: water waves and sound waves, for example, work in basically the same way, with the small back-and-forth motions of individual molecules leading to compression patterns moving through the air. 

Originally from http://i.imgur.com/ckxfccq.gif , and found via +Jane Shevtsov and +W Younes.
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