Chrome DevTools has a handy inspector for Local Storage and Session Storage, but is there nothing to inspect chrome.storage.sync?    chrome://sync-internals/ doesn't seem to display the actual contents of the synchronized storage per extension....
I have written a Chrome extension. I cannot use  localStorage.setItem and localStorage.getItem for storing and retrieving because background and browser action runs in different environment [as seen here].  So I decided to use the Chrome storage API:...
I'm developing a Chrome extension and I need to store some data and then get it in some point. I did investigation on available storages and came across to the following ones: window.localStorage and chrome.storage.local.   So my question is, whi...
I want to save information in my extenstion. I use Chrome.storage.sync to do that, however when I read right after saving I am unable to rightly retrieve the value. Probably doing something stupid.... I tried clearing the local storage with chrome.st...
I can't seem to find any documentation on the namespace part of chrome.storage. How is it used?  I'm developing an extension which I have split up into "modules", in the sense that the user can enable and disable parts of it and they...
I am using a Google extension to gather information from a website form, manipulate that information and change the extension's dropdowns dependent on that information.   <html>  <body>     <h3>Templates</h3>         <s...
How can I check if storage in my google chrome extension is empty? I tried a lot of possibility but nothing worked for me....
I store blob objects in chrome.storage.local with increasing keys "0", "1", "2", etc. Amount of objects is not fixed. What is the best way to read and process them iteratively starting from "0"? (I can't read the n...
I've chrome extension which set chrome.storage.sync in content-scripts, and I need to get this data in popup and assign it to vuex state property. Below is how I was trying to do this.  export default new Vuex.Store({   state: {     data: null //...
I'm trying to iterate over an array of HTMLCollections (tbody element with checkboxes inside) in JavaScript for a Chrome Extension. The length of this HTMLCollection will vary from user to user as well as each element's in...

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