Build the Mobile Web with WebMatrix

Build mobile web sites that adhere to W3C Mobile Web Best Practices using the new WebMatix web development tool. This tool introduces simple-to-use ASP.NET Web Pages which don’t follow the MVC pattern nor do they include server controls like WebForms.  It also introduces the “Razor” templating engine and a model where you have HTML and... Continue Reading →

Mobile Merge Replication Performance and Scalability Cheat Sheet

If your Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) is using SQL Server Merge Replication to provide the mobile middleware and reliable wireless wire protocol for SQL Server Compact (SSCE) running on Windows Mobile 5/6.x devices + Windows XP/Vista/7 laptops, desktops and tablets; below is a guide to help you build the fastest, most scalable systems:

Interview with Rob Tiffany at Tech Ed Europe

Check out the interview I did with David Goon at Tech Ed Europe 2009 in Berlin. I discuss Microsoft's Mobile Enterprise Application Platform and talk about how it aligns with Gartner's MEAP critical capabilities and how it can save money for companies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQ93dKkgKCg With the tidal wave of mobile and wireless technologies sweeping across both the... Continue Reading →

Enterprise Data Synchronization with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server Compact 3.5 Mobile Merge Replication

I’m happy to say that my latest book is now available on Amazon. With the world's largest organizations rolling out tens of thousands of Windows® phones, laptops, tablets and Netbooks to empower their respective mobile workforces, the ability to create mobile line of business solutions that support large numbers of users is absolutely critical. In... Continue Reading →

The Hidden Message Queue on your Windows phone

The ability to be “offline” and “occasionally-connected” is a critical component of successful mobile apps. Wireless data networks lack complete coverage and exhibit a level of unreliability that immediately disqualify permanently-connected apps like you might see on a corporate LAN.  For a mobile app to be successful, it must allow the user to keep working... Continue Reading →

What ever happened to RDA?

Who remembers using RDA Remote Data Access to synchronize data between SQL Server and SQL Server Compact?  I certainly do! Before I dove head first into the world of Merge Replication, I always used RDA to get my customers up and running quickly.  Mobilizing an organization’s workforce quickly and easily is what it’s all about... Continue Reading →

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