Contents tagged with Websockets
In a previous post I discussed how an HTML5 Web Sockets server could be created using ASP.NET 4.5. In this post I’m going to walk through the process of getting a socket server up and running using Node.js.
ASP.NET 4.5 now includes support for HTML5 Web Sockets which can provide a great way to add real-time communication to a Web app where a server can actually push data live to one or more clients. In this video from the New Features in ASP.NET 4.5 Pluralsight course I walk through getting started with creating a Web Sockets server using a Nuget package from Microsoft called Microsoft.WebSockets.
I've been hard at work the past few months filming a new course for Pluralsight covering some of the great new features in ASP.NET 4.5 Web Forms. I'm excited to announce that the new course is titled New Features in ASP.NET 4.5 Web Forms and is now available on Pluralsight.com! If you're an ASP.NET Web Forms developer (and there are many of you out there!) then you should definitely take a look at the new features available in the 4.5 release if you haven't already. In my opinion, this is the most significant release since ASP.NET 2.0. I say that because some of the new features will truly change how you write your ASP.NET applications - especially the data binding features.