Applies to Silverlight 4 and 5
Up until now, we've seen several ways of storing data locally on the system using isolated storage. With
IsolatedStorageSettings, we are handing our object over to Silverlight which does the serialization to XML itself. There's little we have to say in this process. When using
IsolatedStorageFile, we are in charge of serialization of the data. We have the option to save as XML, JSON or even as binary. The latter isn't supported out-of-the-box since Silverlight doesn't have a
BinaryFormatter on board, so we are on our own to write the code for this ourselves.
Instead of doing so, we can use a library called Sterling. Sterling provides us with an object-oriented, NoSQL database, based on ...