Storing Data the Simple HTML5 Way (and a few tricks you might not have known)
This post is about the Web Storage API. Technically it’s been shifted out of the HTML5 specification and can now be found in it’s very own dedicated spec. But if it counts at all – it used to be part of the Web Applications spec.
Web Storage is a very, very simple way to store data in the client – i.e. the browser. What’s more, the
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