05 junho, 2007

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From: Roberto Winter
Date: Jun 5, 2007 4:08 AM
Subject: [Hacklab] google gears
To: hacklab@estudiolivre.org



Google Gears (BETA) is an open source browser extension that enables web applications to provide offline functionality using following JavaScript APIs:
Store and serve application resources locally
Store data locally in a fully-searchable relational database
Run asynchronous Javascript to improve application responsiveness



Avisados por alguns de nosso leitores, notamos que o Google Reader acaba de ganhar uma versão off-line, com ela os usuários do Reader poderão visualizar suas notícias mesmo com o computador fora da internet.

A extensão promete baixar e disponibilizar os últimos 2000 feeds não lidos para a visualização via Browser.

Já podemos ir imaginando que uma versão para o Google Docs & Spreadsheets já deve estar a caminho, já que muitos usuários realmente gostariam de editar seus arquivos off-line.

Baixe Google Gears | Mais informações: Google Gears Blog


A few weeks back I wrote about Google announcing Gears an open source browser extension available for Windows, Mac, and Linux, that enables web applications to provide offline functionality using JavaScript APIs.
 Well now Remember the Milk (RTM) the online to-do-list has implemented Gears, thus enabling people to read their task lists offline! In the picture below you can see the green icon next to my login name which is the option to change into offline mode in the same way you can already do with Google Reader.

Clearly GMail misses a good native to-do-list feature, the only option right now is to install Andy's GTDGmail add-in script. Looking at Remember The Milk it is certainly very simple yet useful and more so now given you can read/write tasks offline.




GTDInbox (formerly GTDGmail) discreetly integrates into Gmail making it even more suitable as a GTD tool.

GTD - Getting Things Done - is a simple and effective productivity concept: designed so that even the laziest and most scattered of people can be organised and stress free.



Take a tour of the Google Mashup Editor »




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