Configuration, Deployment, and Security Aspects of SignalR
In the previous chapters of this book, you learned how to implement an ASP.NET SignalR application using hubs or persistent connections, how to troubleshoot these applications, and how to communicate with ASP.NET SignalR server applications from different client types.
After building and debugging your applications, the final step of developing any software is to configure it to be deployed to production. With this comes the importance of security before you launch an application and expose it to users who can abuse or misuse your software. It also can protect the user from ...