These videos give you background and application examples for using SignalR to add real-time functionality to web applications.
SignalR made the real-time web incredibly simple for .NET programmers, but we’re not standing still. Version 1.1 brought improved performance and scale-out support via SQL Server, Redis and Windows Azure Service Bus. But there’s more to SignalR scale-out than just this. What are the best strategies based on your application type? Version 2.0 continues the trend of frequent improvements in the new “One ASP.NET” by adding new features in the .NET client, even better performance, and extending the reach to other mobile platforms.
The real-time web is here. You’ve seen the demos before; synchronized moving shapes across browsers and Windows apps, but now you want to *really* understand what’s going on behind the curtain. What better way than to watch one of the SignalR co-creators build a SignalR-like framework from scratch on stage. Knowing how it works will help you use it better and might just prevent you making mistakes based on incorrect assumptions. Know your tools and learn the magic behind SignalR.
By Scott Hanselman|6 minutes|
Scott Hanselman gives an overview of the ASP.NET SignalR library and Websockets development.
In this video from Build 2012, Damian Edwards introduces using SignalR to build real-time web applications.
Brady Gaster presents real-time web development with ASP.NET SignalR at TechEd Europe.
Damian Edwards presents real-time web development with ASP.NET SignalR at TechEd US.
In this video at Codemania 2012, Damian Edwards demonstrates using the ASP.NET SignalR library for real-time web development.
In this segment the instructors go over SignalR, and an incredibly simple real-time web for .NET. It will also provide an overview for real-time hit counter, what SignalR is and how to build a chat application, a multi-player game and load balancing SignalR.
SignalR is one of the latest components to the ASP.NET runtime, but it can do a lot more than just web. Come learn how you can build a real-time web application with minimal heavy lifting, without needing to learn another large framework.
In this free SignalR course module from Pluralsight, Christain Weyer shows how ASP.NET SignalR enables you to design and build near-real-time web-based applications with the Push Services pattern by implementing hubs and clients