According the developer site, Google Gears consists of three modules that address the core challenges in making web applications work offline.
| LocalServer |
| Database |
Store data locally in a fully-searchable relational database
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Make your web applications more responsive by performing resource-intensive operations asynchronously
But where is the feeds or feed store, for that I had to go to another site! Yes to Google reader site!
But I got the Idea from an article on Google Blogger! According to the article Google Reader is the first application available for online and offline use. Once you have Google Gears installed, you can download your latest 2,000 items so they're available even when you don't have an Internet connection.
How do you do that? simply click the "Offline" link in the top right of Google Reader.