Video: Windows Phone 7 and Isolated Storage

Windows Phone 7 (WP7) allows applications to use files and persistent storage when no direct file system access is allowed. Learn to use the WP7's Isolated Storage class to make your applications better.



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Jani Jarvinen

Jani Jarvinen is a software development trainer and consultant in Finland. He is a Microsoft C# MVP, a frequent author and has published three books about software development. He is the group leader of a Finnish software development expert group at ITpro.fi and a board member of the Finnish Visual Studio Team System User Group. His blog can be found at http://www.saunalahti.fi/janij/. You can send him mail by clicking on his name at the top of the article.

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