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RE: [php-46] Online/Offline Web App

From: user 1.
Sent on: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 10:10 AM

Hi Colin,


As a first point of call, I don’t know your level of dev skill, but try


Kind Regards,

Noel M Dixon

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From: [address removed] [mailto:[address removed]] On Behalf Of Colin Burns
Sent: Monday, 25 October[masked]:46 AM
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Subject: [php-46] Online/Offline Web App


Hi All,


Sorry if you receive this twice I am sending it to the Web Design and the PHP/MySQL groups.


I have been looking into building an online/offline app and I was wondering if anyone had any suggested articles I could read to better understand how I should structure the database to allow for synchronisation of data entered when in an offline mode etc.


I am sure this is something that many people have had to overcome in the past so I thought I would ask for some assistance before I plough ahead with so ill conceived idea of how to do it :)


Thanks in advance.




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