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Storing Data in HTML

by Jill Gundersen

Sometimes you might need to store a small piece of user data without utilizing a database. This course will teach you how to store data in HTML without the use of a database.

What you'll learn

There are instances in which you might need to store a small piece of user data, but you don’t want to utilize a database or worry about cookies. In this course, Storing Data in HTML, you’ll learn to utilize the use of a browser’s storage to store data providing user interaction with your website. First, you’ll explore local storage. Next, you’ll discover session storage. Finally, you’ll see how to determine which to use based on your needs. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of storing data needed to provide user interaction for your website.

About the author

Jill is a freelance software developer who works on all things technical and loves it. Her main development focus has been on web applications utilizing Microsoft technologies or the LAMP stack depending on her client's needs. Jill enjoyed her time teaching at the local college, but now is focused on teaching students via her Pluralsight courses. And, if you were wondering, Han shot first.

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