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  1. #1
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    Mar 2013

    Using JSON in SessionStorage

    hey, so ive been trying to create an array of newly created articles and save it on the session.
    on the article creating form i did something like that:
    var createdArticles = new Array();
    		createdArticles[0] = $("#title").val();
    		createdArticles[1] = $("#subtitle").val();
    		createdArticles[2] = $("#content").val();
    		createdArticles[3] = $("#name").val();
    		var jsData = JSON.stringify(createdArticles);
    		sessionStorage.setItem("allData" , jsData);
    and in the page that the display of the array should be i wrote:

    var createdArticles = new Array();
    	var jsCreatedArticles = sessionStorage.getItem("allData");
    	var createdArticles = JSON.parse(jsCreatedArticles);
    	for (var i=0; i < createdArticles.length , i++)
    		var newArticle = "<article><header><hgroup><h1> " + createdArticles[0]+ "</h1><h2> " + createdArticles[1] + "</h2></hgroup></header><p> " + createdArticles[2] + "</p><footer><p> -Written by " + createdArticles[3] + "</p></footer></article>";
    its not working for me, im using ref to json_parse.js and to json2.js.

    any ideas? thanks

  2. #2
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    Jul 2008
    urbana, il
    you are only saving one article, but your loader is trying to loop through many of them.
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