I am trying to create a clone of android mobile device on server persistently and synchronized with device. my basic need is to have an architecture such that client application(android application in device) should communicate with its clone residing on server.
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Don't know if this has been discussed yet http://gigaom.com/mobile/t-mobile-will-maintain-metropcss-volte-service-... T-Mobile will maintain MetroPCS’s VoLTE service, but its future is up in the air — Mobile Technology
I am trying to develop a mobile app in android. For database purpose i have developed java retful based webservice. how can I use that webservice....like I have to deploy on Web Server.
But is it possible to deploy the webservice on shared server provided by the agents. Or dedicated is must.
I am interested in working with Amazon Elastic Beantalk to deploy my new site. A few things that I need to know and can't get an answer to:
1) How can I maintain IIS settings of all deployed and future deployed machines?
2) If I can maintain, what happens if I change the settings on one server, will it automatically set it on other servers?
3) How can I backup the data.
I need to implement a persistent bidirectional connection between custom build Android(not Android Compatible) device and a server. Device is possibilly behind a firewall and we don't want to maintain a TCP connection for each device. Can you point me to open source projects that enables me to do so?
Chakra has a clear policy of sticking upstream as most as it can, I think the only way for the upcoming time is to maintain them in the ccr.Said that, appmenu fits perfectly my personal vision of a fully integrated Chakra OOTB so I will be happy to help you maintain the necessary packages