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Quick LocalStorage Usage in Vue

localStorage can be an incredibly useful tool in creating experiences for applications, extensions, documentation, and a variety of use cases. I’ve personally used it in each! In cases where you’re storing something small for the user that doesn’t need to be kept permanently, localStorage is our friend. Let’s pair localStorage with Vue, which I personally find to be a great, and easy-to-read developer experience.… Read article “Quick LocalStorage Usage in Vue”

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A Primer on the Different Types of Browser Storage

In back-end development, storage is a common part of the job. Application data is stored in databases, files in object storage, transient data in caches… there are seemingly endless possibilities for storing any sort of data. But data storage isn’t limited only to the back end. The front end (the browser) is equipped with many options to store data as well. We can boost our application performance, save user preferences, keep the application state across multiple sessions, or even different … Read article “A Primer on the Different Types of Browser Storage”

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How to Make localStorage Reactive in Vue

Reactivity is one of Vue’s greatest features. It is also one of the most mysterious if you don’t know what it’s doing behind the scenes. Like, why does it work with objects and arrays and not with other things, like localStorage?

Let’s answer that that question, and while we’re at it, make Vue reactivity work with localStorage.… Read article “How to Make localStorage Reactive in Vue”

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The Browser Can Remember Edited Content

You can make the text inside any HTML element editable by adding the contenteditable attribute.

<div contenteditable>
  Hey, I'm like a textarea kinda now!
</div>

I wouldn’t say there are wheelbarrows full of use-cases for that, but it’s neat. One possible use might be an in-progress design in which editing the content from the design itself is useful either for you, or for someone else (a client?) who needs to change the text.

So, great, contenteditable. Now someone can … Read article “The Browser Can Remember Edited Content”

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An Overview of Client-Side Storage