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OneNote on iPhone and Palm Pré using Windows Azure

, 25 Dec 2009
Learn how to synchronize your OneNote notebooks on Windows Azure and access it from your iPhone or your Palm Pré.
rinocp.zip
RinoTray
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Settings.settings
Rino.ico
Rino.png
RinoWebOS
app
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views
notebooksView
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pageView
sectionView
appinfo.json
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sources.json
stylesheets
RinoWebRole
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iui
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cancel.png
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listArrow.png
listArrowSel.png
listGroup.png
loading.gif
pinstripes.png
selection.png
thumb.png
toggle.png
toggleOn.png
toolbar.png
toolButton.png
whiteButton.png
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rest.svc
rino-icon.png
RinoWebRole.csproj.user
RinoAPI
OneNoteClasses.cd
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RinoAzureService
RinoAzureService.ccproj
RinoAzureService.ccproj.user
ServiceConfiguration.cscfg
ServiceDefinition.csdef

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About the Author

Lionel LASKE
Architect C2S
France France
Lionel is a software architect at C2S, a software company based in France and subsidiary of the Bouygues group.
Lionel is also the author of Liogo, an open-source Logo compiler for .NET.
Lionel is a contributor of DotNetGuru and Dr.Dobb's Journal.
Lionel is President and co-founder of OLPC France.

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