How do I save javascript data?

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    The bottom line is, there is a to-do list here it is

    Everything is cool, but if you screw up the page, then everything is gone, I would like to try to upgrade it, but I don’t understand in which direction to look (we are almost not familiar with js university)

    Please tell me how this can be implemented and in which direction to look
    JavaScript Anastasia Hines, Feb 17, 2020

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    Database / server - where will you record and where to get it.

    Local Storage / coockie in the browser is an easy way compared to the first.
    Anonymous

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    cookies, well, or more seriously: authorization, server, database
    Anonymous

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    local storage or cookies. There are more complicated ways - but you don't need them yet
    Eden Velazquez

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