The @protocol synchronization

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What is synchronization?

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Real-time Synchronization in the @protocol

Sync from device to secondary server.

Diagram 1.1 depicts synchronization from a local device to a server.
Diagram 1.1 depicts synchronization from a local device to a server.

Sync from secondary server to device

Diagram 1.2 depicts synchronization from a server to a local device.
Diagram 1.2 depicts synchronization from a server to a local device.

Syncing only @pp specific data

Diagram 2.1 depicts the steps that take place during an @pp specific sync.
Diagram 2.1 depicts the steps that take place during an @pp specific sync.
Diagram 2.2 shows what happens when all @pp keys are synced together.
Diagram 2.2 shows what happens when all @pp keys are synced together.

Device offline sync

Diagram 3.1 explains what happens during an offline sync.
Diagram 3.1 explains what happens during an offline sync.

Data Resiliency in the @protocol

Performance considerations

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