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Building a Windows 8 Metro App, Part 3: Putting it Together

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0 comments   /   posted by Silverlight Show on Feb 15, 2012
Tags:   windows-8 , metro , eric-vogel

Read original post by Eric Vogel at Visual Studio Magazine

Welcome to the third and final installment in the building a Windows 8 Metro App series. In Part 1, I covered how to create a basic RSS reader application. In Part 2, I went over how to implement a two-way share contract. Today I'll cover how to use local storage to persist data across application sessions and suspensions. I'll be updating the RSS reader application from the previous two articles to be able to cache an RSS feed locally. When the user loads up the application, the cached version will be retrieved and loaded if it exists. When the user loads up a new feed the application will cache it.


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