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Connecting a Web App to SignalR
May 12 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Let’s build an app that we can interact with in real-time using SignalR. A real-time web app lets us send updates directly from one client to another as they happen. This means we can keep multiple people in sync as they edit a document, chat in a chatroom or draw a picture together. In this stream we’ll be diving into how we can integrate our real-time communication with SignalR into a web app so we can send and receive messages between a website and a server. This is the second part of a series of streams where we’ll be building an app that lets us create an experience that can be shared across the Microsoft Reactors in real-time. At the end of this stream we’ll have created a webpage that connects to our SignalR Hub and can send new updates to other people who have opened the same page.
Sam Wronski, Regional Cloud Advocate, Microsoft
Sam Wronski is a Regional Cloud Advocate at Microsoft focused on empowering the San Francisco area to build awesome things with Azure.
Sam has spent years building applications and tooling powered by containers.
He’s run the World of Zero channel on YouTube for the past 5 years where he’s taught software engineering and game development.