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JSMF – JavaScript State Management Framework

Submitted by on October 3, 2004 – 6:31 pm 154 views No Comment

Over the years, I’ve used various techniques for maintaining state within
my web-based applications. Recently I started experimenting with
IFrames and decided to expand on these techniques and create a
JavaScript API. Enter JSMF….

JSMF (JavaScript State Management Framework) provides your
web-based applications with a comprehensive mechanism to maintain
state. This solution is made possible by utilizing frames (standard and
inline), forms, DHTML and an OO (object oriented) JavaScript API.
The API provides a standardized way to read, write, and persist
session data.

This project is hosted at:

http://eric-blue.com/projects/jsmf/

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