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While searching for the answer I've found this http://blog.eviltester.com/2013/10/android-screen-capture-streaming-and.html and there is the answer: android http://droid-at-screen.ribomation.com/ iOS http://www.airsquirrels.com/reflector/
Auto-save always makes you wait, because you don't want the user to be changing data while the save is taking place. It appears to be instantaneous when it is instantaneous (more or less). The reason why e.g. Microsoft Word takes more time to save data is because its XML format is incredibly complex. Desktop applications in general can have twenty years of ...
I would highly recommend CoreData over an ad hoc solution. 1) It's faster than loading and parsing raw NSData every time you need information. CoreData does some caching implicitly and you only have to store the information that's relevant to you (thus smaller file size too). 2) It is a core framework so there is a tremendous amount of support available ...
Other users have suggested APNS but you should be aware that if you late r decide to port your application to Android and/or Windows Phone, this will be harder to achieve if you are tied to a platform-specific push API. There are several alternatives that are suitable for use on all 3 platforms listed in this stack overflow question: ...
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