What is a Cookie?
Cookies are also used to track user activity across different websites. This data can be used to create targeted advertisements and to analyze user behavior. Additionally, cookies can be used to store login information, so that users don’t have to enter their credentials every time they visit a website.
The get cookie instruction can be used to read the cookie data, as well as to modify the cookie data. For example, a developer can use the get cookie instruction to set a cookie’s expiration date, or to delete a cookie. Additionally, the get cookie instruction can be used to create a new cookie, which can be used to store user preferences or other data.
Additionally, cookies are limited in the amount of data they can store. This means that if a web developer needs to store large amounts of data, they may need to look into other solutions such as local storage or a server-side database. Finally, cookies are sent with every request to the server, which can lead to increased bandwidth usage and slower page loading times.