A storage done right for AngularJS
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Author: 2824157?v=2 auth0
Submitted by: 723723?v=2 mgonto


A Storage done right for AngularJS.

Key Features

  • Uses localStorage by default but if it's not available, it uses ngCookies.
  • Lets you save JS Objects
  • If you save a Number, you get a Number, not a String
  • Uses a caching system so that if you already have a value, it won't get it from the store again.

Installing it

You have several options:

Using it

Namespaced Storages

You can also create namespaced storages if you want


store.set(name, value)

Sets a new value to the storage with the key name. It can be any object.


Returns the saved value with they key name. If you saved an object, you get an object.


Deletes the saved value with the key name

store.getNamespacedStore(namespace, delimiter)

Returns a new store service that will use the namespace and delimiter when saving and getting values like the following namespace[delimiter]key. For example auth0.object considering auth0 as namespace and . as a delimiter


This library is used in auth0-angular


Just clone the repo, run npm install, bower install and then gulp to work :).



What is Auth0?

Auth0 helps you to:

  • Add authentication with multiple authentication sources, either social like Google, Facebook, Microsoft Account, LinkedIn, GitHub, Twitter, Box, Salesforce, amont others, or enterprise identity systems like Windows Azure AD, Google Apps, Active Directory, ADFS or any SAML Identity Provider.
  • Add authentication through more traditional username/password databases.
  • Add support for linking different user accounts with the same user.
  • Support for generating signed Json Web Tokens to call your APIs and flow the user identity securely.
  • Analytics of how, when and where users are logging in.
  • Pull data from other sources and add it to the user profile, through JavaScript rules.

Create a free account in Auth0

  1. Go to Auth0 and click Sign Up.
  2. Use Google, GitHub or Microsoft Account to login.
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