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Reading and Writing Isolated Storage in Silverlight

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0 comments   /   posted by Silverlight Show on Nov 10, 2010
Tags:   isolated-storage , asim-sajjad

In this post, Asim Sajjad shows you how to create a file on the Isolated Storage, how to write on that file and also how you can check the size of the Isolated Storage.

Source: Asim Sajjad's Blog

Isolated storage is a mechanism that allows you to preserve data across browser sessions on a user’s machine. This storage area is tied to an individual user and helps you overcome the 4 KB limitation of a cookie. Unlike a cookie, isolated storage lies outside of the browser cache.

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