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Vend uses HTML5 features for offline processing capabilities.
- A webSQL database built into the browser provides local inventory storage so sales can be processed offline and all stock levels updated.
- HTML5’s offline manifest tells the browser to take copies of certain files and pages for offline use.
- WebSocket (another element of HTML5) allows Vend to talk to other devices on a local network, interfacing with hardware such as an EFTPOS unit or other payment devices.
- Innovators Awards: Supreme/IT winner, Vend :: Idealog :: the magazine and website of New Zealand creative business, ideas and innovation
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