Getting started with SignalR

Follows on from previous post: Real-time SignalR and Angular 2 dashboard I had a couple of questions from someone who forked the project on GitHub and is using it as the basis for their own custom dashboard, which reminded me that there are a few key things I picked up on my learning journey that I should share. These are primarily focused around SignalR aspects. An instance of a SignalR hub is created for each request A single instance is not shared across all clients connected to that hub. [Read More]

Real-time SignalR and Angular 2 dashboard

tl;dr Check out my new SignalRDashboard GitHub repo Followup post: Getting started with SignalR For a while now, I’ve had that burning curiosity to do more than just the bit of hacking around with SignalR that I’d previously done. I wanted to actually start building something with it. If you’re not familiar with it, SignalR is a: …library for ASP.NET developers that makes developing real-time web functionality easy. It provides a simple way to have two-way communication between the client and server; the server can push updates/data to any connected client. [Read More]