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Using Isolated Storage in Silverlight with a Generic Repository

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0 comments   /   posted by Silverlight Show on Jun 01, 2010
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On the Robust Haven site there is a great, very detailed post explaining Isolated Storage and how to use it in Silverlight with a generic repository.

Isolated storage is a file system. It is called "isolated" because it is rooted to a specific directory which provides the sandbox required for browser security. [...]

Creating a base generic repository allowed me to centralize common IsolatedStorageFile operations that would be needed any time I wanted to save, retrieve, or delete any type of object from Isolated Storage in my application while still being strongly typed.



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