A common requirement for Android applications is to retrieve information from a remote server. Although implementing simple examples of this is easy enough, more realistic usage is much more difficult. The basic problem is that any application that communicates with a server must either have bullet-proof communication in order to operate, or it must be able to gracefully adapt to network weather. It is not sufficient to merely scold "don’t expect to use this app in the absence of a network connection." You know as well as we do that neither your sales force nor your customers will tolerate that simple approach. They will say "just cache all the server info on the device and problem solved!" The purpose of Amsler is to provide a demonstration of replication between a MySQL server and an Android device. With this demonstration you may find the source code and attempt to build a real version for your particular application or you may contact us for further assistance.
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