This book contains illustrated code examples to help you create real-time, asynchronous, and bi-directional client-server applications. Each recipe will concentrate on one specific aspect of application development with SignalR showing you how that aspect can be used proficiently.Different levels of developers will find this book useful. Beginners will be able to learn all the fundamental concepts of SignalR, quickly becoming productive in a difficult arena. Experienced programmers will find in this book a handy and useful collection of ready-made solutions to common use cases, which they will be able to enhance as needed. Developers can also use the book as a quick reference to the most important SignalR features. No previous practical experience either with SignalR or with real-time communication in general is required.
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About the Author
Roberto Vespa has been passionate about computers since when he was at high school, and he always wanted to work with computers for a living. He has a degree in Electronic Engineering obtained in Italy, and has been working in Information Technology since 1995, doing consulting on many different projects and for several customers. He is a software developer and architect, with strong experience with the Windows platform and in particular with .NET Framework since Version 1.0, and on web technologies. He has always been working across a broad spectrum of responsibilities, from distributed applications to complex user interfaces, from architecting and designing solutions to debugging server and client code, and from native Windows clients to web user interfaces. He loves to learn, share, and communicate about technology. He has written technical articles for an Italian magazine in the past, and he now puts his efforts into looking at the latest advances in programming or into contributing to open source projects like ElmahR, a real-time error monitoring web dashboard built on top of SignalR. You can find out more about it here: http://elmahr.apphb.com/.
Since 2011 he has worked in Switzerland where he lives with his wife, Cecilia, and their cats. You can follow him on Twitter: @wasp_twit Roberto's blogs can be found at http://www.robychechi.it/roby