Projects / LiveSaver


Ever lost an hour worth of writing an email due to a crashing browser? LiveSaver is a save-as-you-write mechanism for your browser written in Javascript. It saves form input over browser and operation system crashes, power failures, and session timeouts. It is easy to add to any existing Web site. It is particularly useful for blog software, Web mail systems, or any Web site that deals with user input.

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Recent releases

  •  04 Sep 2006 09:58

    Release Notes: A MediaWiki Extension was added that allows you to integrate LiveSaver in every MediaWiki installation very easily. Self-configuration was added to decrease installation issues. The API was simplified. Operability was tested with a suite of the latest browsers on Mac OS X and Windows.

    •  30 Jul 2006 06:20

      Release Notes: The dependence on prototype was removed, and the code size was reduced by 75%.

      •  16 Jul 2006 15:31

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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