Client-Based Techniques for State Management

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What are the primary client-based techniques for state management and what are some of the advantages and disadvantages?

Client-based techniques maintain state of a Web page by holding information either on the page or on a client computer. If the data is stored on the client, it is submitted to a web server by the client with each web request. Here are the known advantages and disadvantages of storing data on the client computer:


When storing information on a client, if a large amount of data is client-side it has better scalability. Because several users send can increase bandwidth requests simultaneously, utilization and page load is improved for the client times. The disadvantage is to storing data on a client side is an unauthorized user may access and compromise the data. Some client-based techniques for state management include:

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