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  • The JavaScript history object is the window property and maintains a record (using a stack) of the pages visited. The History object was originally designed to model the browser's session history of a window as an array of recently visited URLs. By using this object, you can navigate next, previous or any particular page. It is accessed through the window.history property.

    The only property of history object is 'length' which returns the length of the history URLs visited by the user in that session. You can load the previous or forward page through the user's history using forward() and back() methods which are similar to what happens when the user clicks on the Back and Forward browser buttons. You can use the go() method to load the given page from session history, identified by its relative position to the current page.

    For security reasons the 'History' object constraint the non-privileged code to access the URLs of other pages, but it does authorize to navigate the session history. Software quality assurance services explain how to use this feature while designing modern web applications and how to control history.

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