Has any one else used it yet on arm architecture (surface rt)? Is it possible to persist across application life-cycles e.g. if I need to sync with external data source and there is no internet connection from the time the app has started to ended and then restarted etc. I guess this would be mimicking a real live rdms e.g. could I persist the state of the sqllite contents to Windows.Storage.ApplicationData.Current.* ?
@dvr123: A small persistent database is what SQLite is great at. You can feed it a path, and it creates a .SQLite file that you can do what you want with.
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