Web and mobile apps shouldn’t stop working when there’s no network connection. Bradley Holt demonstrates how to use the HTML5 offline application cache, PouchDB, and CouchDB to build offline-enabled responsive mobile and web apps.
Bradley provides code examples for creating a PouchDB database, creating a new document, updating a document, deleting a document, querying a database, syncing PouchDB with a remote database, and live updates to a user interface based on database changes. Bradley will also discuss user-interface patterns for offline-first apps.
Bradley Holt leads a team of developer advocates at IBM who are democratizing data and AI through open source technologies. His team’s work includes helping developers integrate open source deep learning models into their applications, ensuring trustworthiness and transparency from AI systems, promoting open standards for the deployment and operationalization of AI systems, and enabling better collaboration between developers, data scientists, and data engineers.
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