This section contains the solutions to the thought experiments and answers to the lesson review questions in this chapter.

Objective 5.1: Thought experiment

A Windows Store app can use a number of options to store and retrieve data based on its requirements. For an app used in the field requiring access to a document repository, or data transferred in and out of removable USB flash devices, for example, there are a number of options that can be implemented:

  • Windows Azure Storage for log files. When a technician copies a log file for diagnosis and analysis, it can be saved into Windows Azure Storage. These files can be accessed from any location at any time by any technician.

  • Temporary application data store for knowledge base. While in the ...

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