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SignalR Real-time Application Cookbook

By : Roberto Vespa
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SignalR Real-time Application Cookbook

By: Roberto Vespa

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (18 chapters)
SignalR Real-time Application Cookbook
About the Author
About the Reviewers

Exchanging messages between a server and a .NET client

SignalR's natural environment is the Web, that's why we tend to prefer the JavaScript client for our examples that illustrate its features. Nevertheless, the .NET client is as important and relevant as the JavaScript one, and it definitely deserves to be analyzed too. This last recipe of the chapter will be a translation of what we did in the previous recipe, but here the JavaScript client code will be replaced by C# code hosted in a console application. The server-side portion of this example will be the same as the one we wrote in the previous recipe, hence we'll avoid repeating the same code here and we'll be connecting to that application instead, using the same approach we had been applying throughout Chapter 4, Using the .NET Hubs Client API.

Getting ready

As already mentioned, we'll be connecting to the server we wrote in the previous recipe, so make sure you have that code ready and running before proceeding. Let's then create...