Preparing a Correspondence example
On the 9th of June, I’ll be presenting Correspondence to the Dallas .NET User Group. I will reprise the presentation on the 13th for North Texas Silverlight. Please come see whichever one you can attend.
I’ll be showing how to use Correspondence to build Silverlight out-of-browser applications. These apps will reside on your desktop (Mac or PC), use isolated storage, synchronize with the server while online, and push updates in real time as they happen. Not only is it good for keeping your data on two or more machines, this pattern is ideal for collaboration with other users.
You can help me to build the demo. It is a collaborative mind mapper called Thought Cloud. I’m hosting it on GitHub, so please pull the code and try it out.