Zumero for SQL Server (ZSS) allows you to synchronize data from Microsoft SQL Server with data stored locally on a mobile device, enabling your app to keep an offline copy of your server-side data. The local data takes the form of a SQLite database file, allowing your app to interact with it using the familiar and ubiquitous SQLite library. A single call to Zumero will synchronize the remote SQL Server data with the local SQLite data. Zumero takes care of two-way synchronization, data type translation, permission validation, and conflict resolution.
This extension is part of the ZSS Client SDK, which is freely available. It contains the client-side code necessary to sync with a ZSS Server, which is an IIS add-on that is licensed and installed on your own server infrastructure. The ZSS Server then communicates with your SQL Server as needed.
This extension contains a .NET assembly that allows you to invoke Zumero synchronization from WinRT apps written in any .NET language. This extension depends on the "Zumero WinRT Component" extension. Once both are installed, just add a reference to them from your project and start using the functionality in the Zumero namespace. Start with ZumeroClient.Sync(...).