Chris Gomez

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Philly.Net Code Camp 2013.1

Thanks to everyone who attended “The Real-Time Web with ASP.NET, SignalR, and JavaScript”.  I‘m happy to promote the idea of a stateful, realtime, and programmable web.

The Code and Slides are available for download.

Code

Slides

The Code demonstrates ASP.NET SignalR on a client and server.  The Client uses ASP.NET MVC 4 but it’s primary purpose is to serve client code, not use MVC-ness.  The Server is a console app that embeds a Javascript engine (Noesis Javascript) and creates and hosts the SignalR Hub.

This code download DOES include the AntiXSS library because I didn’t fear the user input to the chat console in the presentation and you should always fear user input!

My next move is to get this on GitHub and continue to expand it into a better and more useful demonstration of SignalR and the new realtime web.

See this post for a brain dump of material I used to put this together, including links to the various JavaScript engines, the single page application layout I used, various HTML5 Canvas engines.\\

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