When it comes down to the creation of applications, the data of users is an important aspect of providing a great user experience. User data can include things like settings and modifications that users create on a web-based platform. These details must be stored securely and protected against unauthorised access.

There are many ways to store user data, but in this article we will concentrate on three options including Local Storage (local storage) and Session storage (session storage) and App Data. These options each have their own pros and cons, but they are all suitable for storing small amounts of data within the browser.

App data is a great way to store app-specific settings and preferences. However, it is important to remember that app data isn’t persistent, meaning that if a user closes the browser or when their session expires, any app data will be lost. App data is not safe as anyone who has a decryption code is able to access the data. It is suggested that apps not be used to store sensitive information such as passwords.

Session storage is similar to app data in that it is also application-specific, but it is a lot more scalable and allows for a much larger amount of data to be stored. Like app data however, session storage isn’t a permanent storage. If the user clears the browser cookies, or the session ends, all of the application session data will be lost.


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