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Live Collections across Network between WPF Apps

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework

Is is possible for 2 computers to run the same or client/server WPF Apps - that share the same ObservableCollection<T> ??


I want to setup a client/server scenario where a collection of ~1000 items can be edited on the 'server' WPF app - where changes are also applied to the Client's Collections.

we are talking general CRUD actions...

it's important that the edit's are updated very fast , and without downloading the whole collection once more... 


is this possible with .NET ?

is it possible to do without doing all the CRUD by hand ? (homemade TCP talking)

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