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Feb 28, 2024 ⋅ 9 min read

localStorage in JavaScript: A complete guide

Nosa Obaseki Front-end dev currently building amazing products @theflutterwave 🐼🇳🇬

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14 Replies to "localStorage in JavaScript: A complete guide"

  1. Thanks you so much, actually I was storing my object values without converting them to string, and my logic was not working as expected, your post helped me alot

  2. This is the kind of content I like. I’m referring one of my students to this page because they want to design a simple web interface that tracks days since [insert event].

  3. Thanks! This really helped me.
    Can you suggest any blog. I want to convert my web pages into PWAs.

  4. I have surfed the web for days now looking for this, this is more than helpful it perfect…….I can think of a few ways I can manipulate this to fit a whole lot of web interactions, thanks a lot!

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