> The object only exists for that instance of the script, so when the user
> navigates to the next page, the object is freed up from the memory.
> There are a couple of ways you could get round this:
>      * don't navigate away from the page, and use AJAX calls to update
>        parts of the page for the user (bad imho, as it relies on
>        Javascript)

I think any AJAX-based approached would run into the same difficulty,
because each AJAX call is a separate HTTP request from the one that
originally loaded the page (and from every other AJAX call).


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