Monday, November 05, 2007

» Microsoft delivers first test build of its online-offline sync platform | All about Microsoft | ZDNet.com

WinFS lives on, at least in terms of the vision, albeit through multiple delivery vehicles

Microsoft posted for download on November 4 a first test build of what it’s calling the Microsoft Sync Framework, technology that will allow developers to take their Web services and databases offline.

The new framework also provides P2P synchronization of “any type of file including contacts, music, videos, images and settings,” according to Microsoft’s download site. The framework provides built-in support for synchronizing relational databases, NTFS/FAT file systems and Simple Sharing Extensions for RSS/ATOM, according to Microsoft.

» Microsoft delivers first test build of its online-offline sync platform | All about Microsoft | ZDNet.com

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