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|Technology - Software|
|Monday, 06 August 2012 13:25|
Since the beginning of HTML , one of the most basic tools available to the developers to harvest users were the controls of the FORM tag. Forms that basically put and made available to the user and then are forwarded to server to treat or store data.
Fortunately, this rudimentary form of client-server interaction has changed, although the idea and the foundations remain the same. Although probably in most forms that we have controls that warn us of the mistakes we make without having to send the page, to me at least bothers me when it does not lose data and having to retype .
To avoid having to rely on the auto-run or not is also a feature that not everyone likes, today I want to talk about Lazarus Recover Form , a plug that prevents losing text back to Mozilla Firefox, and I think both an extension should be included among the default browser functionality.
It works really simple, and simply install it to automatically enter data in any HTML or web form that we consume are stored. In case of loss, Lazarus is responsible for putting them back there for us, and we should not worry about the error back to server, timeout because something came up while we refilled the data, etc..
Of course, one of the essential extensions of this 2012 for the Mozilla browser.