Title: Visual Studio C# - Silverlight - Isolated Storage - Lesson V
Description: This video continues our previous discussion of saving book information into the isolated storage. In this case, we will write the code behind for the user to be able to add a book into the isolated storage. The user will also be able to delete a book. As the user is adding and deleting, the list is always updated to reflect the latest list of books in the isolated storage. In this application we are using stream and Xmlserializer to serialize and deserialize to/from the isolated storage.
Methodology: Good coding standard and simplified design
Technologies: Silverlight 2.0
Examples constructed: The example contains two text boxes and a datepicker that allow the user to enter information about the book. When the user clicks on the add button, the data is serialized into the storage. When the user clicks the delete button, the book is removed from the isolated storage. The list is always updated as the user is adding and deleting.
Keywords: Isolated storage, Row definition, Column definition, TextBlock, Button, Margin, IsolatedStorageFile, GetUserStoreForApplication, IsolatedStorageFileStream, StreamReader, StreamWriter, CreateFile, OpenFile, DeleteFile, AvailableFreeSpace, Quota, IncreaseQuotaTo.