In this article:
You will learn what LocalStorage is an how to use it. Let’s start!
Local storage is a feature of web storage that allows you to store data locally in the browser, even after the browser window has been closed. This data is stored in key-value pairs, with the key being a string that you define and the value being the data you want to store.
localStorage` object, which is part of the
window object. Here’s how you can use it:
It’s important to note that local storage has some limitations, such as the maximum size of data that can be stored, which varies from browser to browser. Also, local storage data is accessible to any script on your site, so it’s not a secure way to store sensitive information.
To work around these limitations, you can use session storage instead, which works in the same way as local storage but the data is deleted when the user closes the browser window. To use session storage, you can use the `
sessionStorage` object instead of the `
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