Monthly Archives: May 2012
In recent days many people have asked me if I have more examples of SignalR use. I collected some that are floating around the Web about the various ways of using SignalR for publish together (and also I have simplified and updated them to the latest versions of SignalR, jQuery, and Knockout).
The samples are:
- EchoConnectionSignalR: Echo chat made with PersistenConnection.
- EchoHubSignalR: Echo chat made with Hub.
- TweetsSignalR: Twitter client made with PersistentConnection.
- KnockedTweetsSignalR: How to combine SignalR and Knockout.
- ProgressSignalR: How to show a progress bar of the server process in the client.
Durante la charla presentamos como ejemplo una aplicación móvil de manejo de gastos, cuya segunda versión con capacidades Real Time voy a estar mostrando en la charla sobre SignalR que voy a dar en el MUG el lunes próximo (están todo invitados, se pueden registrar aquí).
Aquí pueden descargar el material.
¡Gracias a todos los que vinieron!
During the process of migrating my blog to a new address I didn’t want to lose the old links (and all the history associated with them in Google ;-)), so to avoid this I programmed a small tool that allows to redirect addresses across multiple servers using the HTTP 301 status code, which is the best way to change a URL of a resource.
The code is available from here.
After more than 7 years of publishing my blog at weblogs.shockbyte.com.ar/rodolfof I decided to change the address to shockyte.net and upgrade the platform where it is hosted. I hope this is a new beginning to write more often again.
The migration process was quite successful and all previous addresses, files, and content are still valid (just missed the comments :-().
Thank you very much to all who follow me for so many years!