With the Azure SignalR Service, a couple Azure Functions and a single Power Apps component framework component, your apps can be communicating with each other in real time—your users can be communicating with each other in real time, and you or your org’s app makers can put it all together with just a few lines of Power Apps code!
Anthony Chu joins Donovan Brown to show how to deliver live updates from Azure Functions to web, mobile, and desktop apps with Azure SignalR Service.
Learn how to send real-time messages over WebSockets from your serverless apps with a few lines of code.
Online chat, real-time dashboards, social media sites and even games are just a few examples of where real-time technology can make a huge impact on user experience. ASP.NET Core SignalR is an open-source library that simplifies adding real-time functionality to your applications.
In this episode, Anthony Chu comes on to talk about how we can get started with ASP.NET Core SignalR. He also shows us how the Azure SignalR Service allows us to easily scale our real-time connections.
Xiaokai He joins Scott Hanselman to discuss Azure SignalR Service. See how easy it is to start building your real-time web application without setting up your own SignalR server.
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