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  • Blog Post: Webcast - Building Offline Web Apps Using Microsoft Sync Framework

    This week a number of the people from our team are at the MIX conference in Las Vegas. Yesterday, Mike Clark (the Group Manager for our team) presented a session to kick off the conference on the topic of building offline web applications. In this session Mike presented a look at the work we are doing...
  • Blog Post: New Sample - WCF for Devices

    Two of our MVPs (José Miguel Torres and Cesar Fong) recently posted an excellent end to end WCF sample for devices that’s worth a look. They did an excellent job of describing the various components and it is a must see for developers thinking about getting their feet wet building offline applications...
  • Blog Post: New Sample - Sync101 for Windows Mobile Devices

    We have just posted a new Sync Framework sample for devices to our code gallery entitled " Sync101 - (Windows Mobile) Device Synchronization ". This C# sample is meant to show how to use Microsoft Sync Framework on smart device such as Windows Mobile and to illustrate the "remote change application...
  • Blog Post: Now Available - Sync Services for ADO.NET on Windows Mobile (Devices)

    We are now announcing the availability of v1.0 Service Pack 1 of Sync Services for ADO.NET on Devices (Windows Mobile). "Microsoft Synchronization Services for ADO.NET 1.0 provides the ability to synchronize data from disparate sources. Rather than simply replicating a database and its schema,...
  • Blog Post: Sync Framework for Windows Mobile (Devices) - CTP1

    Right on the heels of our launch of Microsoft Sync Framework v1, we have just posted our first CTP for Microsoft Sync Framework for Devices . As of right now, you can download this CTP for Windows Mobile from the Microsoft Download Center. As we have shown in previous webcasts and conference demos...
  • Blog Post: Using Notifications to Enable Background Synchronization

    Once in a while I get asked if the Sync Framework supports background synchronization based on network states. To this question I usually respond, that there is no direct support within Sync Framework to do this, however there are a lot of existing API's to help you enable this. One example of this...
  • Blog Post: Video - Building Offline Enabled Applications

    At TechEd 2008 Developers in Orlando a number of our mobility specialists and Microsoft MVP's got together to discuss the concept of building offline applications for mobile and remote users. In this panel we discussed various concepts including optimizing data synchronization, scalability as well as...
  • Blog Post: Synchronization to Hosted Services and an Explanation of the Bill Gates Keynote

    As Tim commented in my last post (and a number of others at the conference), the Bill Gates Sync keynote was really impressive, however it was somewhat hard to understand exactly what was going on and the components that were involved. I thought I would discuss some of the details behind this demonstration...
  • Blog Post: Mobile Development using the Windows Mobile Line of Business Solution Accelerator 2008

    The Microsoft mobility team has just released a new mobile development platform to help build Line of Business (LOB) applications for the Windows Mobile platform. The Release to Web (RTW) version can be downloaded at the Microsoft Download Center . Some of the key features include: Adapt your App...
  • Blog Post: Sync Services for ADO.NET on Windows Mobile - CTP1 Now Available for Download

    Wow, what a day for sync. First we released CTP2 of the Microsoft Sync Framework and now the much anticipated first CTP release of Sync Services for ADO.NET for Devices supporting Windows Mobile . As many of you know, Sync Services for ADO.NET is part of the Microsoft Sync Framework family of synchronization...
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