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Using S3 Bucket for Sync
#1
Hi,

it would be really nice to have AWS S3 Buckets for Sync. And there is an SDK for Android and IoS:
https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/lat...-sdks.html

I'm not sure, which language is the Windows Version but AWS has SDKs for several languages.
https://aws.amazon.com/de/getting-started/tools-sdks/

If you need help with AWS or a Test S3 Bucket you can just ask me

Regards,
Stephan
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#2
There is going to be an update later this year that focuses on adding support for pcloud/owncloud/etc, and I can look into supporting AWS S3 Buckets around that time. I will certainly take you up on your offer to help with this though, as I'm unfamiliar with what is necessary to integrate support for that on each OS along with the ability to test it.

Thanks,
Mike
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#3
Really great to hear support for other cloud providers is planned. I assume webdav support is part of this?

I wonder whether it would be easier to just support syncing to a local folder and let the user worry about where the files in that folder come from. On Windows this would work well. Perhaps not so much on Android I guess.

I use the Windows version of Mobile Sheets on a Surface Pro and it works really well. Very happy! Keep up the good work!
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#4
Yes, webdav support is also part of the planned changes. If you change the MobileSheets storage location (Settings->Storage->Set MobileSheets Storage Location) then you can technically just sync to whatever that location is. The sync feature is a lot more complex than just a simple file-based sync at the moment in order to support merging libraries versus just replacing all of the files with whatever the latest version is. I am considering supporting a more automated sync that is just file-based as well, in order to support people who don't care about merging libraries, but care more about just keeping multiple devices in sync with each other. This could result in changes being overwritten or lost though, if you change the same song on multiple devices as the most recent database would overwrite the other. Due to how fragile this could potentially end up being, I may have to make it a little more complex in order to intelligently handle changes from multiple libraries.

Mike
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