As promised, here’s the recap of the “Local” storage on Windows 8 and Windows Phone part of my talk at the Windows 8 and Windows Phone camp in Zwolle, the Netherlands last week. In this first part we’ll go over the local and roaming storage options on Windows 8 and local storage capabilities on Windows Phone. Using SQLite warrants a post on its own! IsolatedStorage on Windows Phone Let’s start with the IsolatedStorage capability on Windows Phone. Back in October of 2010, Jeff Blankenburg wrote an excellent article that goes over IsolatedStorage on Windows Phone. As mentioned, it was introduced in Silverlight version 2, so if you’re familiar with that, you can just use it on Windows Phone. To refresh your memory, it’s the storage that’s available to your app and your app only.
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