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Using Isolated Storage in Windows Phone App

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In my previous post, we looked at how to use local storage in Windows phone to save the data. In this post, we will look at another way of storing the data locally using IsolatedStorage. In most of the applications that we develop, we will need some way to save ‘Settings’. IsolatedStorage is quite useful in that scenario as we can easily save/retrieve settings from that.

Isolated Storage provides a way to store data locally in the file system. It is called ‘isolated’ as only your application has access to the data. There are two ways in which data can be stored in IsolatedStorage. We can store the data as Name/Value settings using IsolatedStorageSettings and you can also save normal files using IsolatedStorageFile. Data present in IsolatedStorage is persisted even when the application is stopped, tombstoned or closed or even if the phone is switched off. Data is going to be present unless it is removed manually or the application is uninstalled. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Mako

May 3rd, 2014 at 1:52 pm