The W3C Web Storage API specification defines an API for handling the persistent storage of key-value pair data for web clients. It introduces two mechanisms for storing client-side name-value pairs. These mechanisms are similar to HTTP session cookies. This is a stable document and may be referenced or cited without fear of sudden changes or revisions.
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