If that sounds like something you can use, let's press play and crack on!
Clone the repo and play around a little to get a better feel for how it works. Link below.
- Using Local storage with SvelteKit
- Using Session storage with SvelteKit,
- Open full demo code repo on GitHub
- MDN Set-Cookie docs ,
- OWASP HttpOnly information .
- SvelteKit has a session store. Client routes can access it via a named import from $app/stores. Once imported, it can be read similarly to other stores. Session is not suitable for storing sensitive information.
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Just updated the video on using HTTP only session 🍪cookies in SvelteKit.— Rodney (@askRodney) June 30, 2023
We see a couple of traps to avoid, using a skeleton app, where users need an account to see their console. Full code on GitHub.
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