Microsoft launches Google Gears competitor


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via Download Squad by Brad Linder on 11/4/07

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MS Sync FrameworkMicrosoft has launched a new technology that will allow developers to create offline versions of web applications. Microsoft posted a download link for Microsoft Sync Framework on Sunday.

It looks like this is Microsoft’s answer to Google Gears, an online/offline data synchronization platform launched by Google earlier this year.

According to the download site, Microsoft Sync Framework will enable “collaboration and offline scenarios for applications, services and devices.” That includes P2P synchronization of relational databases, NTFS/FAT file systems and all sorts of data ranging from contacts to music, videos, and user settings.

[via ZDnet]

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