These are the notes for GoZync 3. Docs for the latest version of GoZync--GoZync 4--can be found here. GoZync 4 is a free upgrade and is highly recommended (hint: it's faster).
What files does GoZync require?
Note that we have a nice little map of this that may help.
On the Host or Server
This is the file containing your Inbox, where records from your mobile file(s) are sent before being processed into records in your solution. GoZyncHosted is the intermediary file. This file is completely unlocked.
One nice thing about having this in a separate file is that you mobile users don't need to authenticate into your real solution just to push records to the server. They just need access rights in GoZyncHosted. It is also a very light file. Using anything heavier can slow down the connections required to Zync with your mobile file.
GoZyncHosted also contains the interface used to check your work when integrating GoZync into your own file. It holds your integration settings and Zync Options for each table you're zyncing.
This file is largely locked and manages your license (the number of mobile devices allowed to connect). You can, however, modify the layouts if you want to change the way it looks. (Your mobile users will probably never see this file, of course.)
On the Mobile Device
QuickContact (Your mobile file)
QuickContact is our example file: the file standing in for the mobile file your users will be interacting with on their iPad, iPhone, or laptop. Learn more about QuickContact here.
A thin version of GoZyncHosted for on your mobile device, GoZyncMobile is also unlocked and contains all the mobile-side scripting logic for performing a Zync. GoZyncMobile also contains the list of apps you're syncing and the last sync log, so it can act as a launching pad for your Zynced mobile apps.