Chapter 7. Real-time multiplatform applications

Until now, we have focused on explaining the operation and features of SignalR both on the client and the server side, but only in web environments. On the server side, all the examples that we have seen and developed throughout the book worked on IIS and ASP.NET, although thanks to the independence that the Open Web Interface for .NET (OWIN) provides and the abstractions offered by SignalR, we were not using any of the features specifically belonging to either of these components.

And we have used only the JavaScript client too, due to the ubiquity of the web, the facility with which solutions can be implemented in this environment, and the spectacular results that we can produce in this type of ...

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