Morse Coder Part 6 : Handling Application Settings – Explicitly Typed and Blendable

In Universal Apps the ApplicationData.LocalSettings Property in the Windows.Storage namespace can be used to persist Application Settings. It stores your data into an ApplicationDataContainer, which ultimately provides a wrapper around a Dictionary<string, object> and manages the persistence around the application lifecycle for you.

Outcome

It can be helpful to be able to reference your Application Settings without needing to cast them from the object stored in the dictionary to the relevant type before consumption every time. We’ll look at wrapping an interface around our Application Settings, giving us the object types, along with the ability to be able to use application settings in our UI at design time.

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