Vanilla JavaScript: Client-Side Data Storage

Created by: Emmanuel Henri

Produced in 2018

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Course Description

Developers now have access to simple tools for storing small amounts of data locally, as well as the more sophisticated IndexedDB approach for larger or more structured kinds of data. In this course, Emmanuel Henri provides coverage of key client-side storage solutions for JavaScript developers. He goes over the basics of local and session storage and provides use cases that can help you determine when to opt for one type of web storage over the other. He also discusses how to set up and work with IndexedDB, including how to add, retrieve, and delete items with this powerful API. Plus, learn about localForage and other options for handling the local storage of large files.

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Instructor Details

Emmanuel Henri

Emmanuel Henri is a full-stack developer with 20 years of experience in programming, technology, and design.

Emmanuel has been responsible for all aspects of client-driven web and mobile projects, including timelines and scope. These projects have used JIRA/Atlassian tools, agile methodologies, and languages and frameworks such as React, Angular, Node, Meteor, GraphQL, JavaScript, Swift, HTML, CSS (Sass), MongoDB, and MySQL. He also works in the 3D gaming world, using tools such as Unreal, ZBrush, Maya, and several others. He has a passion for creating applications and games that leverage the latest technologies in the aforementioned tools, frameworks, and languages.

For more information, go to algofields.com.

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