A common way to store data on the client’s browser is to use the local storage or session storage API. All major web browsers support those features, making it convenient for developers to use them without hassle. The main difference between those APIs is that session storage data expires after the specific URL’s browser tab is closed. Data stored using local storage has no expiration date and is present at the next website visit, except the user forces to delete the data.
When it comes to writing data to the storage, we have a simple key-value interface where both the key and the value are a string type.