9 Apr 2012 9:15 AM #1
Cloud - can be internally hosted?
We're very interested in a data synchronization solution for our mobile enterprise applications, and Sencha.io looks promising for that, but we would need to store the server-side data behind our firewall.
Can we host the cloud storage on our servers, or does Sencha.io only work with a Sencha-hosted cloud?
Otherwise, are there other recommended ways to sync data using Sencha frameworks
9 Apr 2012 9:33 AM #2
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9 Apr 2012 10:23 AM #3
Thanks for the quick reply. Does the Sencha Touch framework otherwise lend itself to the task of synchronizing data between the device and server? Are there recommended approaches or tutorials addressing device/server data synchronization scenarios using Sencha?
28 Apr 2012 6:33 AM #4
Wow, I totally missed this thread. I'm sorry that we didn't reply sooner.
> Does the Sencha Touch framework otherwise lend itself to the task of synchronizing data between the device and server?
Yes, the sync store is designed for efficient synchronization of data from device to server.
>Are there recommended approaches or tutorials addressing device/server data synchronization scenarios using Sencha?
We do not yet have much documentation available other than a senchacon presentation, and the API documentation. There are some tutorial guides in the documentation, which might help you get going.
1 May 2012 5:57 AM #5
I'll look into the sync store functionality. Thanks for the info.
1 May 2012 6:52 AM #6
...sorry but I guess I have a few more questions as I'm not immediately finding sync store info looking at the docs...
Any quick hints, at least at a high level, on what API components or libraries come into play here? Is sync store a separate component/class or is it more a technique of using a store with a proxy and such? This is not a part of Sencha IO, right?
Is the respective Senchacon presentation made available as a link?
Thanks for any help!