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SignalR Real-time Application Cookbook by Roberto Vespa

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Connecting to a Hub from a JavaScript client

After having illustrated the two different ways we have to expose a server-side Hub let's now move on and see the client-side code in more detail.

During the Adding a Hub to an ASP.NET project recipe, we quickly used the JavaScript client library in order to demonstrate that our Hub was fully functional, but we did not go much into detail about it because we were concentrating on the server-side code. This recipe will fill this gap and give more clarity on how a JavaScript client is written. However, in order to make it fully functional, we will need a server-side portion; therefore, we'll be adding a basic Hub the same way we did for the Adding a Hub to an ASP.NET project recipe. Any specific detail ...

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