Storing data on the client


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Storing data on the client

In this movie, I want to talk about storing data on the local computer; more explicitly, I want to show you how to store data in local files. The location for the files depends on several criteria. If you can get the user's explicit permission via the Open File dialog or the Save File dialog, your Silverlight app can write to local stories just like any other desktop application. Application files are commonly stored without a user prompt, however. Let's say you need to make a temporary file to store the audio stream from the user's microphone.

This temp file serves as a buffer or backup for the recording session. Saving this data into a file will happen without user intervention. Most operating systems restrict where an app can save files, and the operating system takes special precautions with web applications. Granting web applications unfettered access to the file system is sure to put your computer in jeopardy. To solve this dilemma, Silverlight uses isolated storage. Iso...

Storing data on the client
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Storing data on the client provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Walt Ritscher as part of the Silverlight 5 Essential Training

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Developer
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Silverlight Visual Studio
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