Trying to find if there are recognized ways to handle Progressive Web Apps (PWA)/HTML5 type apps on desktop browsers (chrome, firefox) with some form of encrypted local storage that is sufficiently recognized (not a hack per-se) for things like compliance (PCI, HIPAA, NIST, etc). The usecase is sensitive information updated in the morning when connected, then offline-mode during the day and used for review, updates, etc in the field where no internet/connectivity is reliably available, then re-uploaded in the evening when re-connected.
I see things like IBM MobileFirst JSONStore and EncryptedCache, but:
- don't want to rely only on brochures.
- evaluate all possibilities around offline mobile webapps on desktop and mobile browsers w/ encrypted offline data.
So asking the experts!
(please don't downvote if there are no option, simply provide education/alternatives)