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Glorious Cookie is available via npm:
npm i gcookie --save
Once installed, you just need insert it on your page:
Intending to be as simple as possible, Glorious Cookie has only three methods.
/* ** @key: String [required] ** @value: String [required] ** @days: Number [optional] - If not provided, cookie is removed when the user closes the browser. ** @path: String [optional] - If not provided, cookie is valid for the entire site. */ gcookie.set(key, value, days, path);
/* ** @key: String [optional] - If not provided, all cookies will be returned. */ gcookie.get(key);
/* ** @key: String [required] ** @path: String [optional] - If you have specified a path on gcookie.set(), ** it will be required here. */ gcookie.remove(key, path);
Note: If cookies are not available, a warning will be logged when trying to set or remove a cookie.