ObjectStorageHelper now available via nuget

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Published on Tue, 20 Nov 2012 09:17:20 GMT Indexed on 2012/11/20 17:13 UTC
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One of my numerous little side projects has recently been ObjectStorageHelper, a library that makes it easy to read/write files in WinRT (aka Windows 8) applications. This is a short post to let you know that ObjectStorageHelper is now available in the nuget gallery and hence can easily be added to your WinRT applications by running the following command in the nuget Package Manager Console:

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Massive thanks to Scott Lovegrove (@scottisafool) for helping me with this making this happen.


To read more about ObjectStorageHelper and what it can do for you please visit Generic Object Storage Helper for WinRT on Codeplex. I know of four apps in the Windows Store that are currently making use of ObjectStorageHelper, they are:

The following code shows how easy it is to store files using ObjectStorageHelper:

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and subsequently retrieve them:

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@Jamiet

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ObjectStorageHelper now available via nuget

Posted by jamiet on SQL Blog See other posts from SQL Blog or by jamiet
Published on Tue, 20 Nov 2012 09:17:20 GMT Indexed on 2012/11/20 11:18 UTC
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One of my numerous little side projects has recently been ObjectStorageHelper, a library that makes it easy to read/write files in WinRT (aka Windows 8) applications. This is a short post to let you know that ObjectStorageHelper is now available in the nuget gallery and hence can easily be added to your WinRT applications by running the following command in the nuget Package Manager Console:

image

Massive thanks to Scott Lovegrove (@scottisafool) for helping me with this making this happen.


To read more about ObjectStorageHelper and what it can do for you please visit Generic Object Storage Helper for WinRT on Codeplex. I know of four apps in the Windows Store that are currently making use of ObjectStorageHelper, they are:

The following code shows how easy it is to store files using ObjectStorageHelper:

image

and subsequently retrieve them:

image

@Jamiet

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