StoreFront allows users to set a schema/default values for store.js.
StoreFront also acts as a buffer between store.js and your application. All your '''get()''' queries access a synced object instead of constantly utilizing the browser's storage API. In theory, this should speed up performance when data is accessed frequently.
StoreFront allows users to easily store and retrieve key pair values, while store-js maintains and restores the data for later sessions. If store-js is not found, StoreFront functions the same, but without leveraging the browser's local storage features.