Implementing Local Storage and Cross-Document Messaging


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You are probably quite familiar with cookies: small units of data that are stored locally by your browser, which contain information helpful to using a website, such as your login details (to save you from continuously re-entering them), and which are often also used somewhat more intrusively to track your surfing habits.

Local storage is similar to cookies, but it supports storing much larger ...

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