That just means her customers will have to buy another service apart from her app!
Which just means, her app will become less desirable. Alternately, one dropbox to rule them all philosophy would just be another approach to doing it on a web server , since eventually that is what it will become! 2011/8/26 Csomák Gábor <csom...@gmail.com> > ** > > > sync with dropbox maybe.. > > > On Thu, Aug 25, 2011 at 8:45 PM, valdhor <valdhorli...@embarqmail.com>wrote: > >> >> >> If you can sync to the web why can't you create an embedded web server in >> the desktop application using an esoteric port number? >> >> >> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Amy" <amyblankenship@...> wrote: >> > >> > Hi, all; >> > >> > I have been searching for a tutorial/example that shows how to get data >> from a mobile app to a desktop version of the same app, and vice versa, but >> I have only come up with examples that synch to the web. Can anyone point me >> to at least the basics of how to accomplish synching between mobile and >> desktop? >> > >> > TIA; >> > >> > Amy >> > >> >> > > -- Regards, Ganaraj P R