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 am struggling to save the state of a checkbox with the chrome.storage.sync The Checkboxe should keep being checked/unchecked after page refresh. My current code looks like this:    <script> function save(){     var checkbox = document.getElem...
So I have this function that is supposed to return the saved value of the set key using the chrome storage API:    function loadBtn(id) {   return new Promise(resolve => {     chrome.storage.sync.get([id], function(result) {       resolve(result.i...
I'm a bit confused here. I'm making a chrome extension where users can store data (like images and common extension options). What I want to know is what is the best way to store the data?   Is it only IndexedDB, where both extension options...

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