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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
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