HTML5 LocalStorage

What is HTML5 LocalStorage?

HTML5 localStorage is a handy API that gives web developers access to 5MB store on a users local machine with no expiration date. Sure, there are other ways to store data client-side, but localStorage differs from cookies or sessionStorage in that localStorage is still there even after the browser is closed. It stores data with no expiration date. With localStorage, a web page can only access data stored by itself. I’ve created a Task Management App that uses localStorage to save data. Have a look if you’d like to see localStorage in action.

HTML5 LocalStorage

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HTML5 To-do List

I’ve been tinkering around with HTML5 lately, and decided to create a simple HTML5 to-do list to demonstrate some of the new features. Along the way, I realized which features would be most useful and added them. At some point, probably after hammering out the style sheet, it became clear that this was now more than a to-do list, it was a Task Management App.

Full Disclosure: I normally make my to-do lists with pen and paper, but I’ve been using this one for several months now and really enjoy the interface.

HTML5 To-do List

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