Build real-time iOS apps with ASP .NET Core SignalR
What you'll learn
- Connect and communicate with ASP .Net Core SignalR Servers from Apple devices (e.g. iPhone)
- Handle errors and connection life cycle events
- Troubleshoot issues
- Understand the most common mistakes and learn how to avoid them
- Basic knowledge of the Swift programming language.
Do you need to write an iPhone application that sends and receives instant updates to and from your ASP .NET Core backend? Would you like your Apple Watch to communicate with other devices and web sites in real time using SignalR? If so, look no further – this course is precisely what you need.
About the course
This course will teach you how to build applications for devices in Apple’s ecosystem running iOS, watchOS, tvOS or macOS that use SignalR for real-time communication via the ASP .NET Core backend.
In this course, you will gain hands-on experience by building an iPhone chat application from scratch that leverages the Swift SignalR Client to exchange messages with other users using an ASP .NET Core based chat server.
What you will learn
Key topics covered in this course include:
SignalR communication implementation
Error handling and hub connection life cycle
Structural type handling
The most common mistakes and ways to avoid them
By the end of this course, you will have a deep understanding of how to integrate the Swift SignalR Client with your application, understand the nuances of working with the ASP .NET Core SignalR Server and know how to effectively identify, troubleshoot, and resolve issues encountered when communicating with the backend server.
About the instructor
My name is Pawel, and I am the creator of the SignalR Swift Client – the most widely used ASP .NET Core SignalR client for Apple’s ecosystem and a former member of the SignalR team at Microsoft.
Who this course is for:
- iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS developers who need or want to use ASP .Net Core as their backend.
Staff software engineer with more than 25 years of professional experience. Former team member of the Entity Framework and Asp .NET Core teams at Microsoft, the Alexa app team at Amazon and the Lift and Attribution Infra team at Facebook. Passionate about software design and quality software engineering. Open source enthusiast. Commodore 64 aficionado. Coffee junkie.