What Is Local Storage In JavaScript And How To Use Itby@rahull
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What Is Local Storage In JavaScript And How To Use It

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Local Storage lets us save the data which is stored in the browser even when a user refreshes or closes a page. Local Storage holds 2 - 100MB+ data. It is also useful for web interface data and offline storage of offline data. LocalStorage is synchronous, meaning each operation called would only execute one after the other. It does not store sensitive user information in localStorage. It is not a substitute for a server-based database as information is only stored on the browser.
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