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In happier news, our Sencha.io data service sounds perfectly suited to your use case.
Whenever your app calls sync() we exchange updates with the server.
Your users can make local updates whenever they want... online or offline!
This absolutely looks like exactly what I'm looking for, and I only wish I had found this *before* I'd setup the heroku instance and started building the backend to handle a sync. Eh. :P
I'm using Sencha Touch 1.1.1, so can I just drop in Sencha I/O SDK Beta 3? How does the library uniquely identify users? I'd like to bind to UUID at first, but I've had a couple requests for iCloud storage to sync between devices. If I could fake it with Sencha IO, that sounds like a win to me.
Also, is there any form of security on user data, and do I have access to it? I'm thinking this could be a *really* easy way to do analytics if all I need to do is create a model and call sync. I've been needing analytics for a while, and I've been dreading writing the "if network not available, buffer in localstorage, then push up eventually" crap that Sencha IO sounds like it takes care of.
> I'm using Sencha Touch 1.1.1, so can I just drop in Sencha I/O SDK Beta 3?
No. SIO SDK B3 only works with ST2 PR2 and PR3.
> How does the library uniquely identify users?
As a developer you can create a group of users. Each user who registers for
your app becomes a member of that group and is assigned a unique id, and
a unique username.
> Also, is there any form of security on user data, and do I have access to it?
By default a user's data is only available for access by that user.
(Or by the developer of the app that created the data.)
> I'm thinking this could be a *really* easy way to do analytics
I don't really know what you mean, but...
> if all I need to do is create a model and call sync.
Yes, that's all you need to do.