Imap or push yg lebih hemat energi?

by Toni Stiawan » Thu, 03 Mar 2011 22:55:46 GMT


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 Antara metode imap atau push mail.
Manakah yang lebih hemat energi?
Menurut info, push mail gmail dapat menghemat
Baterai handset android.
Entah atas gimana bisa gitu.
Padahal kalo dilihat, pushmail juga memanfaatkan
Metode idle imap to stay connect.
Saat si server ada perubahan, si klien yg masih
Konek disuruh download email

Apakah ada yang pernah mengamati ini?

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Re: Imap or push yg lebih hemat energi?

by J. Cahyadi » Fri, 04 Mar 2011 01:31:23 GMT


 afaik, google push = imap - sol

2011/3/3 Toni Stiawan <t...@stiawan.web.id>


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Re: Imap or push yg lebih hemat energi?

by A Haris Kurniawan » Fri, 04 Mar 2011 10:29:02 GMT


 CMIIW
push mail itu istilah dagangnya
imap-idle itu teknologi yg digunakan

imap-idle bisa lebih hemat energi karena dia cuma maintain session tanpa
harus upload-download data, upload-download data hanya dilakukan bila ada
notifikasi dari server
itupun hanya pada koneksi data yg stabil karena klo koneksi datanya putus2
maka harus bikin session baru lagi... yg sama aja boong karena itu
upload-download data juga

anyway... mungkin bahasa saya belepotan, detilnya ada di wikipedia :D

2011/3/4 J. Cahyadi <milis...@gmail.com>




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