A basic example showing the use of LocalStorage for persistence.
LocalStorage is a simple key/value storage interface for Strings. Though widely supported, LocalStorage is a synchronous API. Because it involves I/O, this interface should not be used for high throughput operations. Consider IndexedDB as an alternative. For simple string keys and values, and as a replacement for cookies, LocalStorage is useful.
When you enter a value in the username input in the example, it is stored in LocalStorage. The value is then retrieved from LocalStorage and displayed on the page.
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