Diary

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Languages: HTML, JavaScript

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This was a final module project that allows users to document their visit to a particular hotel.

The technical appeal for users carrying this web application (often in their phone) is that it works similar to a ’thick’ client and organizes text and/or image information conveniently with help of JS processing and storing objects in the device’s browser.

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Images get converted to base64 which has the advantage of using the same storage space as text, not having images overwrite each other and can reduce network transit problems.

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No upper limits are placed on the number of entries available and the method employed is sufficient for the duration of a person’s stay at a hotel (i.e., short durations). Objects that have been kept can then be synced to a central server to share daily experiences in the way of a simple, linear diary.


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