Store form state in HTML5 sessionStorage or localStorage .
To get started, simply include the plugin after your jQuery library is loaded, and add a class of
mermery to your form. The plugin does its own bindings for that class, otherwise you can set it up to target your forms using the code below:
Additionally, you may simply specify a
data-mermery attribute to your form with its value set to your desired
storage_key value. This way, you can have several forms with the same input names, and they'll be stored separately in local/sessionStorage.
See the documentation to learn about advanced configuration options, including using localStorage instead of sessionStorage.
The following types of fields are supported by Mermery.js.
input[type=number](value must be numeric to refill correctly)
Browser support for both sessionStorage and JSON (required to parse/stringify data for session storage) are quite deep. If there's no support, the plugin does nothing.
- Internet Explorer 8+
- Firefox 28+
- Chrome 31
- Safari (OSX) 5.1+
- Safari (iOS) 4.0+
- Android 2.1+
- Ignore a field by simply adding a class of
mermery-ignore- the plugin won't save any values that are typed into that field.
To contribute, you'll need NodeJS and Grunt installed. Fork/clone the repo, then visit the directory in the terminal and type
npm install. After that you can simply run the
grunt command to watch the files in the project. It'll automatically lint, test, compile, and minify the plugin files so you can just code.