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The purpose of this course is to give you the fundamental knowledge of real-time web and how to implement it using Microsoft's suspiciously easy to use library Signal R and probably to make you fall in love with it.
Why take this course?
You should take this course if you're a professional(or student) with some coding experience in the past but lack understanding of what is real-time web and why it is so important to have in your app. You will learn how to implement a real-time web functionality in your app using Microsoft's library SignalR.
Sections 1, 2 and 3 contain very useful information about HTTP protocol inner workings and the difference from TCP Socket connections and anybody can benefit from them - regardless whether they're familiar with C#.Net or not.
Practice beats theory
A lot of courses tend to pile up theory ahead of the real code, this course is going take a minimum theory first approach.
You will learn essentials of real-time web and will start implementing it in your application in under 20 minutes.
We value your time
Your time is precious, so instead of repeating one thing in 4 different ways, we will keep it straight to the point - all videos tend to include only the information that you are going to benefit from - no small talk.
Open Source Project
All source code shown in this course is also made available as a Git repository through GitHub. Students can create their own branches, and push changes back for community benefit.
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Desktop, iOS and Android.
Certificate of completion.
|Section 1: Real Time Web|
The problem (HTTP overview)Preview
Possible solutions (polling)Preview
The solution (TCP sockets)Preview
|Section 2: Hello SignalR|
Configuring the serverPreview
Creating Server MethodsPreview
Calling Server MethodsPreview
Creating Client Functions
Calling Client Functions
The State Object
|Section 3: Creating fully featured chat app from scratch|
Preparing the project
Mass chat: Create the Server SendMessage Method
Mass chat: Create the Client ReceiveMessage Function
Mass chat: Bind to the Server SendMessage Method
Mass chat: Demonstration
Chat rooms: Bind to the Server SendToRoom Method
Chat rooms: Create the Server SendToRoom Method
Chat rooms: Bind to the Server Join/Leave Room Methods
Chat rooms: Create the Server Join/Leave Room Methods
Chat rooms: Demonstration
Private chat: Bind to the Server JoinChat Method
Private chat: Create the Server JoinChat Method
Private Chat: Bind to the Server SendToUser Method
Private Chat: Create the Server SendToUser Method
Private Chat: Demonstration
I wake up each day dreaming of creating the next best and outstanding product that will help millions of people - one way or another.
I am currently a back-end developer and in my free time I enjoy creating courses and teaching people all the skills I have acquired both from my work and my personal projects.
My personal goal is to pass all my knowledge on to more people, including you.