Offline Microsoft Silverlight Applications
Like planning a trip into the mountains,developing offline/occasionally connected applications requires some up front thought. Planning what to take with you,and what you can do along the way. Containers to carry your clean clothes and supplies,and additional containers for your dirty clothes and disposables. In this session we explore the architecture and design patterns you’ll need to consider,such as caching reference data,queuing changed work,network awareness and user interfaces. Building occasionally connected applications is a robust way to enable even your mostly connected users to be productive regardless of the planned or unplanned connectivity challenges.