UserDefaults in Swift

This post was originally posted at https://agrawalsuneet.github.io/blogs/userdefaults-in-swift/ and reposted on Medium on 13th April 2022.

What is UserDefaults

How UserDefaults works

How to use UserDefaults

let defaults = UserDefaults.standard
/**
+standardUserDefaults returns a global instance of NSUserDefaults configured to search the current application's search list.
*/
open class var standard: UserDefaults { get }

Write data to UserDefaults

let defaults = UserDefaults.standard//String Value
defaults.set("Suneet Agrawal", forKey: "stringKey")
//Int Value
defaults.set(1, forKey: "integerKey")
//Double Value
defaults.set(30.0, forKey: "doubleKey")
//Array Value
defaults.set([1,2,3], forKey: "intArrayKey")

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