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By Kimserey Lam on Monday, February 13, 2017 — 0 comments

Use Local storage with ListModel with WebSharper.UI.Next in F#Community

Use JS local storage with ListModel with WebSharper UI.Next in F# Last week I wanted to use the browser local storage to store a list of elements. I wanted to update the resource split project to have the data stored (temporarily) so that it will be easier to add or remove resources. The browser local storage is ideal for this kind of scenario. Turns out WebSharper.UI.Next has the feature built
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