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Accessing and Writing Client-Created Cookies in AngularJS

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Accessing and Writing Client-Created Cookies in AngularJS

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AngularJS provides a $cookieStore object that reads and writes cookies. Here is a sample JSFiddle (my new favorite toy) that demonstrates setting a cookie value and bumping it by one each time the button is clicked.

Note - you won't see the number bump in the iFrame-embedded JSFiddle... Only if you jump to the JSFiddle site to test with it! This is Cross-Site Scripting protection in action...

Original discussion source was this Stack Overflow article.

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