The BrowserStorage Plugin enables TiddlyWiki to save tiddlers in browser local storage. This means that changes are stored within the browser, and automatically re-applied any time the base wiki is reloaded.
Browser local storage is not a panacea for TiddlyWiki:
- Browsers limit the amount of local storage available to a page, typically to 5 or 10MB
- Keeping personal data in browser local storage can lead to unexpected privacy violations
- Browsers reserve the right to without warning delete data stored in local storage at any time
- Browsers tie local storage to a URL which can lead to problems if you move a wiki to a URL previously occupied by a different wiki
Please use this plugin with caution. There are a number of unresolved issues and open questions.
The BrowserStorage Plugin can be installed from the plugin library.