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Occasionally Connected Clients ARCast

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So everyone is focusing on the Web, and AJAX to create that rich user experience, but what if the users of your application don’t always have internet access? What do you do when your users need to get things done but are on a plane or in an area where internet access is not an option? Ron Jacobs addresses some of these issues in his latest ARCast with Jackie Goldstein, author of DB Access with VB.NET and Microsoft regional director.

The interview goes through SQL Everywhere and how to use it for the occasionally connected client. It also has some brief mentions about some of the cool new synchronization technologies that are coming up in Orcas. Overall a nice starting place if you want to start thinking about how to deal with the occasionally connect client in your architecture.

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