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Frictionless data persistence in Silverlight 2

This article will show you how to work with plain objects in Silverlight code, and use attributes to have those values automatically persisted in IsolatedStorage, or a compressed version of IsolatedStorage. You can also use this approach to define your own targets, all without writing any plumbing code around your state objects.


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