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HTML5 - IndexedDB
This API uses indexes to enable high-performance searches of this data. While Web Storage is useful for storing smaller amounts of data, it is less useful for storing larger amounts of structured data. IndexedDB provides a solution. This is the main landing page for MDN's IndexedDB coverage — here we provide links to the full API reference and usage guides, browser support details, and some explanation of key concepts. Note: This feature is available in Web Workers.
IndexedDB lets you store and retrieve objects that are indexed with a key ; any objects supported by the structured clone algorithm can be stored. You need to specify the database schema, open a connection to your database, and then retrieve and update data within a series of transactions. Note: Like most web storage solutions, IndexedDB follows a same-origin policy. So while you can access stored data within a domain, you cannot access data across different domains.
There are a number of web technologies that store data of one kind or another on the client side i. IndexedDB is most commonly talked about.
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To get access to a database, call open on the indexedDB attribute of a window object. Provides access to a database. This is the interface implemented by the global object indexedDB and is therefore the entry point for the API. Represents a transaction.
You create a transaction on a database, specify the scope such as which object stores you want to access , and determine the kind of access read only or readwrite that you want. Represents an object store that allows access to a set of data in an IndexedDB database, looked up via primary key.
Also allows access to a subset of data in an IndexedDB database, but uses an index to retrieve the record s rather than the primary key. Defines a key range that can be used to retrieve data from a database in a certain range, sorted according to the rules of the locale specified for a certain index see createIndex 's optionalParameters.
This interface isn't part of the 2. Read more about IndexedDB key characteristics and basic terminology. Operations performed using IndexedDB are done asynchronously, so as not to block applications.
IDBFactory Provides access to a database. IDBDatabase Represents a connection to a database. It's the only way to get a transaction on the database. IDBTransaction Represents a transaction. IDBRequest Generic interface that handles database requests and provides access to results. IDBIndex Also allows access to a subset of data in an IndexedDB database, but uses an index to retrieve the record s rather than the primary key.
IDBCursor Iterates over object stores and indexes. IDBKeyRange Defines a key range that can be used to retrieve data from a database in a certain range. IDBLocaleAwareKeyRange Non-Standard Defines a key range that can be used to retrieve data from a database in a certain range, sorted according to the rules of the locale specified for a certain index see createIndex 's optionalParameters.
Working with IndexedDB in HTML5
It assumes you're familiar with DevTools. If not, see Get started. It also assumes you're familiar with IndexedDB. If not, see Using IndexedDB.
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