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  1. lynkfs

    file system

    The original html5 spec had a file api which allowed to read and write files clientside (the File Directories and System Api). This was only fully implemented by Chrome at one point, but even then Chrome needed to be started with a switch (-allow-file-access-from-files). Today clientside storage is limited to cookies, local/session storage, indexedDB and the Cache API. While I understand the reasons for limiting file handling on the client, it is sometimes annoying. Fortunately some pretty creative solutions have emerged. One of them is Filer. This is a nodejs fs filesystem look-a-like which uses indexedDB for storage, and runs in the browser. Basically it allows for a complete filesystem clientside. Not bad at all. To continue stacking : Filer is stacked on top of indexedDB. Stack nohost on top of Filer and you have a web fileserver (based on service workers) in the browser. Amazing. Will certainly try this out.
  2. COMFIED

    Save Content Dialog

    I have text content in a memo that I wish to save. Is there a way to pop a "Save As" dialog box and select saving location and file name then save memo content into a file?
  3. lynkfs

    file data

    I need to read in a substantial matrix filled with float values (up to 60,000 rows, 800 columns) What is the best way to do this ? Tried text based csv and json stringified files, server-side, but not happy with the implicit conversions from text to float (xmlhttp). No node server available. Open for good ideas
  4. Hi I am trying to import content from a text ot CSV file located in the phone. Is there a way to locate the file and then read the text content into a memo or text variable? I have seen the JavaScript FileReader object in blogs but I don't know how to use it in SmartMobileStudio. Any ideas?
  5. How can I save a text file into the resources folder using code during runtime?
  6. COMFIED

    Downloading JSON File

    The documentation demo posted on http://smartmobilestudio.com/documentation/networking/tw3httprequest/works - but not with all JSON files. It works with the file http://date.jsontest.com/but when I try a different JSON file the data is not displayed in the memo. For example, I'm trying to download the file http://api.worldbank.org/countries/all/indicators/SP.POP.TOTL?format=json from the World Bank open data but the file is not loaded into the memo field. Could it be the JSON format?
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