When building single page apps/sites where you do a lot of sorting, filtering and refreshing of your data, partially on the page, you want to preserve some of the state in the browser URL. So when people hit the back button they don't start completely from scratch, but from the state indicated in the URL and there's only one way this to happen easily.
This is where the HTML5 Data Bindings State Management comes in place. It lets you to set URL parameter, which will navigate you instantly to where you came from in the first place.You can also choose to store some of the user and page state in cookies. In order to do that, set and remove cookie actions of the HTML5 Data Bindings State Management are what you need.