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LocalStorage is a JavaScript object that allows storing arbitrary key-value pairs in the web browser as an alternative to cookies—another alternative if the data in question goes beyond key-value pairs is to use the IndexedDB.

localStorage data is specific to the protocol of the document. In particular, for a site loaded over HTTP (e.g.,, localStorage returns a different object than localStorage for the corresponding site loaded over HTTPS (e.g.,

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remoteStorage is a simple library that combines the localStorage API with a remote server to persist data across sessions, devices, and browsers. It works as a simple key value database store and backend with support for React, Next.js, Vue, Node, or any Javascript stack

  • Updated Mar 27, 2024
  • TypeScript

Vector Storage is a vector database that enables semantic similarity searches on text documents in the browser's local storage. It uses OpenAI embeddings to convert documents into vectors and allows searching for similar documents based on cosine similarity.

  • Updated Nov 11, 2023
  • TypeScript

💼 A handy wrapper for HTML5 localStorage that seamlessly gets/sets common data types (Array, BigInt, Boolean, Date, Float, Integer, null, Object and String); provides simple data scrambling; intelligently compresses strings (saving storage space); permits query by key as well as query by value and promotes shared storage segmentation in the same…

  • Updated Jan 10, 2024
  • JavaScript