Troubleshooting ASP.NET SignalR Applications
Chapter 1 gave you some background information about real-time web and SignalR. Chapter 2 was a quick start to ASP.NET SignalR, and in Chapters 3 and 4 you discovered two important methods for building ASP.NET SignalR applications: hubs and persistent connections.
These two concepts are sufficient to get most of the common jobs done with ASP.NET SignalR, but that’s in a perfect world. In practice, we often face issues when we write programs, and there are several other topics that we encounter for scaling up and out, and for deploying to different environments. In the current chapter and ...