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One of the biggest limitations for Windows Phone developers was the impossibility to share data between applications. This wasn’t limited to third party apps, but also file types that are supported by native applications (just think about Office files) couldn’t be opened directly: the workaround was to open the file using the browser, this way if the file type was supported by the OS it was opened with the correct application. The biggest issue of this workaround is that it worked only if the file was available online: it didn’t work with files that were stored in the isolated storage.

Posted by mswatcher  |   Nov 27 2012 / 10:30

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