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Palm OS Programming, 2nd Edition by Neil Rhodes, Julie McKeehan

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Chapter 16. Two-Way Syncing

We’ll look at the logic involved in two-way, mirror-image syncing, and then investigate the particulars of the Generic Conduit Framework, Palm’s C++ framework for creating a two-way syncing conduit. Having discussed the important points of Generic Conduit Framework, we then use the framework in our Sales conduit. From this, we get a working conduit that can send data back and forth between the handheld and the desktop; it’s a two-way syncing conduit. We also make sure this two-way syncing conduit continues to support sending data to and from the handheld.

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