Overview on Client side & Server side.
Client side: To open a website we usually open our browser in our laptop/desktop computer(Client PC) and put URL’s (Request), the browser then send request to the Server then the server send(Response) the page/site to the Client PC and run in the browser.
Server side: The server is home of Web page and other content. After getting a request from client, Server does some internal process to deliver the requested website/page to the client.
First of all let’s understand the meaning/value of routing. Routing is a verb, which mean “to send or forward by a particular route”. Well now another thing need to clear what is called route?
Route is noun which mean “a road, course, or way for travel from one place to another”
Well in ASP.Net MVC Routing is how to match URLs to requested action method.
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In topic we will focus on how to display real time updates from database with SignalR on existing ASP.NET MVC CRUD project.
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Today we are going to learn about SignalR with a very basic sample Asp.Net MVC project.
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What is SignalR?
According to Wikipedia: ASP.NET SignalR is a library for ASP.NET developers to add real-time web functionality to their applications.
SignalR is a framework for building asynchronous applications. “R” stand for “Real Time”. SignalR is a realtime communication framework built on top of the WebSoket specification.
It does fallback to classic HTTP when websockets are not supported by client or server. SignalR is stateless by design and it’s not aware of ASP.NET user session.
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In this article we will focus on accessing data only using Stored Procedure using Entity Framework.
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