Good article, but I can't agree on the ideas you brought up. An http cookie is a technology that originated from the browser world. JWT is agnostic and is not bounded to any platform or technology. We use JWT to store userId only. Sure both cookies and JWTs can be used in similar ways, but it's all about the intention of the code/solution you are building. And when using JWT the intention is a universal token that can be used anywhere and stored any where and not a cookie.
And the security of localStorage is not the joke that cookies are. blog.meteor.com/why-meteor-doesnt-... But when your entire argument is based on 'its probably good enough', then the presentation of new evidence is unlikely to change a thing. So have fun with your cookies!
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