Sometimes there are just some things that need to be stored locally in your app. Dates, values, numbers, etc. Luckily, Flutter has a package (Shared_Preferences) that will handle this for both Android and iOS devices without any special configurations needed. It’s important to note that you should not store critical data locally. All important, critical data should be stored in a backend of your choosing. Shared_Preferences is meant to store simple data. Let’s walk through an example.


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How to Use local storage in Flutter
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