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Occasionally Connected Windows Mobile Apps: Collaboration

Course Summary

Mobile apps that work offline as well as online present an interesting set of challenges. Use immutable data structures, historical models, MVVM, and pub/sub to build apps that help people work and play together.


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    Course Syllabus

    Immutability
    - 27m 31s

    —Occasionally Connected Mobile Apps 2m 31s
    —Immutability 2m 19s
    —The CAP Theorem 5m 26s
    —Synchronization 4m 7s
    —Database Abstractions 1m 59s
    —Consistency Guarantees 3m 32s
    —Projections of Immutable Facts 2m 40s
    —Partial Ordering 3m 48s
    —Summary 1m 6s
    History
    - 36m 27s

    —Application Overview 1m 16s
    —Models 2m 54s
    —Dynamic Messages 2m 55s
    —Message Handlers 2m 54s
    —Idempotency 1m 21s
    —Message Dispatcher 2m 39s
    —Message Factory 1m 33s
    —Predecessors 2m 26s
    —Candidates 2m 9s
    —Message Routing 3m 10s
    —Mutable Properties 6m 47s
    —Patterns in Review 5m 32s
    —Summary 0m 44s
    Projection
    - 23m 7s
    Persistence
    - 36m 27s
    Distribution
    - 38m 29s


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Cloud Computing , Development & Implementations and Operating Systems Community

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