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ketul 09-21-2017 02:06 AM

What is the lifetime of local storage?
 
What is the lifetime of local storage?

BryceBrady 09-27-2017 01:58 AM

Simply pairing a local storage key with a cookie provides an easy way to ensure that local storage can be updated with the same expiration parameters as a cookie. This example sets a cookie with the default parameter to expire when the browser is closed.

adityadev 02-19-2018 10:35 PM

It handles this for you automatically, including instances where the storage size exceeds the limit. If that happens, it begins pruning items that are the closest to their specified expiration. From the readme : lscache.set Stores the value in localStorage.

paullimo 02-20-2018 03:38 AM

expiration of local storage is upto the user user can explicitly create a timestamp for local storage.

albertomorrison 03-14-2018 06:28 AM

That's correct! It's upto the user. You can define that. User need to create the timestamp explicitly for the local storage. Because there is no use of storing the too old information. When you define the timestamp value explicitly then you will be asked for whether to flush the storage or not.

smmexpertss 03-17-2018 12:35 AM

Storage objects work much like regular JavaScript objects: simply set a property of the object to a string, and the browser will store that string for you. The difference between localStorage and sessionStorage has to do with lifetime and scope: how long the data is saved for and who the data is accessible to. Storage lifetime .

aesthetiqclinic 03-17-2018 03:53 AM

when control enters and after the computation, they are flush out.


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