Rachel Baker

5 articles

Microsoft Charts Overview

Introduction Charts are great for displaying information to users in a graphical, tangible way. To support charts in .NET applications, Microsoft provides an add-on for...

Handling Data Conflicts in the Microsoft Sync Framework

IntroductionData conflicts are inevitable in any application or framework that synchronizes data from multiple data sources that are influenced by numerous people. The Microsoft...

My First Microsoft Sync Framework Application

The Microsoft Sync Framework and Visual Studio 2008 provide Windows desktop developers with a powerful tool for creating occasionally-connected applications that can synchronize data with a central...

Configuring a ClickOnce Deployment

Configuring a ClickOnce DeploymentYou can perform many of the common activities needed to properly install your Windows desktop application to users' machines via the...

Getting Started with Microsoft Synchronization Services for ADO.NET

Introduction Data synchronization for occasionally connected applications is no easy task. Smart Client applications represent a highly responsive, rich user interface, but they can lose...

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