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Real-Time ASP.NET Core 3 Apps with SignalR Succinctly

by Dirk Strauss

Real-Time ASP.NET Core 3 Apps with SignalR Succinctly

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The ASP.NET Core SignalR library is open source and allows developers to simplify adding real-time web functionality to applications. This means that the server-side code can instantly push content to connected clients. In Real-Time ASP.NET Core 3 Apps with SignalR Succinctly, Dirk Strauss will show you how to use it to create a chat application with minimal code and how to modify that same code to create a chart application. Just by changing a few lines of code, you can automatically pull data via an API call and update your page in real time.

This open book is licensed strictly for personal or educational use. You can download Real-Time ASP.NET Core 3 Apps with SignalR Succinctly ebook for free in PDF format (2.0 MB).

Table of Contents

Chapter 1
What is SignalR?
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Project Creation and Setup
Chapter 4
Add the Required SignalR Client Library
Chapter 5
Creating the Hub and Configuring SignalR
Chapter 6
Creating the Client Application
Chapter 7
Running the Application
Chapter 8
The Problem with SendAsync
Chapter 9
Creating Real-Time Charts
Chapter 10
Creating the Chart Hub
Chapter 11
Creating the Chart Client Application
Chapter 12
The JavaScript Code Explained
Chapter 13
Running the Real-Time Chart Application
Chapter 14
Having Fun with Exchange Rates
Chapter 15
Using Chrome Developer Tools

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Real-Time ASP.NET Core 3 Apps with SignalR Succinctly
Computer Science
ISBN13 Digital
ISBN10 Digital
PDF Size
2.0 MB
For personal or educational use

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