Provide a simple how-to of creating an adapter for some easy storage, including building the adapter and a simle UI to sync it via HTTP4 votes
Give users a way to 'test' if the other side is ready to sync.
Also show basic statistics like messages sent and received, elapsed times, number of deletes, updates, and additions coming and going, etc, (keep the raw log only where developers can see it)1 vote
In addition allow sync to happen send-only, receive-only, or two-ways
[More an exploratory request]
Hibernate doesn't seem have an out of box sqlite adapter, though NHibernate has some sort of support via ADO.net. Is there a lightweight adapter that doesn't require .NET?
With the portable method in which the sqlite db files are produced, it would be a powerful addition to Mesh4x to have a more direct adapter that can synchronize from these files to arbitrary other adapters or other sqlite dbs. We're thinking of an integration of mesh4x and something like Google Gears for portable off-line capable webapps is an intriguing proposition.1 vote
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