I have written and used a program using Visual Studio 2010 that uses a SQLserver 2008 r2 database and SQLCE compact that is occasionally connected.
Consultants in the field can return to their office and exchange data with the main database. It is working very well. There is now talk of using tablets.
I assume this will mean using Windows 8 and Visual Studio 2012. I have purchased a copy of each of these but I cannot find an equivalent for the Sync framework. It appears that it will be no longer supported.
Can anybody shed a light on this?
I am locked into .Net be cause of various aspects of the program and I know that I can temporarily 'bend' my existing program to work with VS2012 BUT that orphans the program for future development
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