SignalR Mastery Become a Pro in RealTime Web Development

Learn real-time web development from a Microsoft MVP, with examples supported up through .NET 6.
SignalR Mastery Become a Pro in RealTime Web Development
File Size :
8.20 GB
Total length :
10h 9m



Kevin Griffin


Last update

Last updated 8/2022



SignalR Mastery Become a Pro in RealTime Web Development

What you’ll learn

Methods of building real-time web applications
SignalR configuration and client/server infrastructure
Managing connections and users
Optimizing workflows for performance
How to scale SignalR for larger deployments
Implementing SignalR into non-web apps

SignalR Mastery Become a Pro in RealTime Web Development


Basic understanding of C#
Basic understanding of ASP NET Core
Basic understanding of JavaScript (Although we use TypeScript for client-side work, it’s easy to follow)


Welcome to SignalR Mastery: Become a Pro in Real-Time Web Development! Updates: We’re ready to go with .NET 6!The web isn’t static. As more and more people live and work on the internet, developers need to make an effort to build robust, adaptive applications that can keep up with the fast pace of business.In the 2000s, it was perfectly acceptable for a page to be static. Imagine you’re working with a product inventory application. Are other people working against the same data? Can you be sure the current price of the product is valid? Did it change? How would you even know? Refresh the page to load updated data and see.What if the page could… update itself? In real-time?Once upon a time, this was a complicated solution to implement in a performant manner. Today, it’s as simple as creating a WebSocket!How do you manage thousands or millions of WebSockets across multiple servers? Reliably? What if the environment cannot support a WebSocket connection? What do you fall back to?SignalR is a library for .NET which allows developers to add real-time capabilities to their applications. It provides a framework for managing connections from various clients, including web pages, mobile apps, desktop applications, and more. It handles all of the grunt work.In this course, we’ll take a structured look at how SignalR works and how you can harness it within your .NET applications.Recently updated to support .NET 6, all the examples in this course will work with ASP.NET Core 2.2 and higher.


Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 What Is SignalR?

Lecture 2 Github Repo

Lecture 3 Updates for .NET 6

Lecture 4 Office Hours Information

Lecture 5 Changelog (Updated 2022-08-23)

Lecture 6 Coming soon (Updated 2021-11-24)

Section 2: Essentials

Lecture 7 What is a Hub?

Lecture 8 Basic Client/Server Setup

Lecture 9 Logging

Lecture 10 Transport Options

Lecture 11 Choosing a Transport Type

Lecture 12 Creating a Hub Method

Lecture 13 Calling Hub Method from a Client

Lecture 14 Creating a Client Event

Lecture 15 Connection Anatomy

Lecture 16 Clients

Lecture 17 Groups

Lecture 18 Message Sizes

Lecture 19 Calling Clients Outside of Hubs

Lecture 20 Hub Lifecycles

Lecture 21 Reconnection

Lecture 22 Supplemental: Dependency Injection

Section 3: Advanced Techniques

Lecture 23 Connection Events on the Client

Lecture 24 Connection Events on the Server

Lecture 25 Does SignalR Guarantee Message Deliverability?

Lecture 26 Securing Hub Classes and Hub Methods with ASP.NET Identity

Lecture 27 Message Pack

Lecture 28 Strongly Typed Hubs

Lecture 29 Scaling Problems

Lecture 30 Configuring Redis Backplane

Lecture 31 Using SignalR with ASP.NET Core Hosted Services

Lecture 32 Using the .NET Client

Lecture 33 Multiple Hubs: Math to Consider

Lecture 34 Multiple Hubs: Example

Section 4: Azure SignalR Service

Lecture 35 Why Azure SignalR Service?

Lecture 36 Azure SignalR Pricing Explained

Lecture 37 Azure SignalR Pricing – Real Client Math

Lecture 38 NEW: Premium Pricing Tier and Auto Scale!

Lecture 39 Creating an Azure SignalR Resource in the Azure Portal

Lecture 40 Azure SignalR Service Portal Walkthrough

Lecture 41 Adding Azure SignalR Support to An New/Existing Application

Lecture 42 Azure SignalR Service CORS Support

Lecture 43 Student Questions Answered – Part 1

Section 5: End to End Demo: To Do Application

Lecture 44 To Do Application – Introduction

Lecture 45 To Do Application – Part 1

Lecture 46 To Do Application – Part 2

Section 6: Real Project Architectures

Lecture 47 Real Project Architecture: LiveCad

Section 7: Interviews

Lecture 48 Interview with Brady Gaster, Program Manager of SignalR at Microsoft

Section 8: Presentations

Lecture 49 Real-Time Revolution – SignalR in Action (LIVE at Tulsa .NET Users Group)

Section 9: Additional Resources

Lecture 50 Building a Scaffold (Typescript/Webpack/.NET 5)

.NET Core, .NET 5, or .NET 6 developers who are interested in learning how to build real-time web applications.

Course Information:

Udemy | English | 10h 9m | 8.20 GB
Created by: Kevin Griffin

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