Applies to Silverlight 3, 4, and 5
As we've seen in the introduction, isolated storage allows our Silverlight applications to store data, files, and so on to a persistent store. Even after the application is shut down, the data remains intact, allowing us to write code that checks for the presence of stored data upon startup of the application.
Isolated storage can be handy to store files such as images, user settings such as selected theme, or even the data the user was entering on a screen when the application was shut down for some reason. In this recipe, we'll look at how we can store and read data.
For this recipe, a starter solution that contains the service we're using ...