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Communicate between 2 emulators

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Communicate between 2 emulators

Postby Mick » Wed Apr 30, 2008 10:44 am

Hello everybody,

I am making an application with clients and a server, and I am wondering what's the best way to communicate between them.
I am using xml files but I don't know what can be the best issue to send them (upload on the web,internet,sms...)?

Thanks,
Mick ;)
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