Offline-Enabled Data Services and Desktop Applications
The ADO.NET Data Services Framework (a.k.a. Project "Astoria") introduced a way of creating and consuming flexible, data-centric REST services. By combining data services with the Microsoft Sync Framework, learn how to create offline-capable applications that have a local replica of their data, how to synchronize that replica with an online data service when a network connection becomes available, and how replicas can be used with the ADO.NET Entity Framework. Also, hear us talk about our plans, see the tools that help client- and server-side setup, and discuss the runtime components and APIs.
Pablo CastroPablo is a Software Architect in the SQL Server group at Microsoft. He has worked in various areas of SQL Server and he's currently focused on making data and the web work well together with technologies such as Data Services (Project Astoria).