Find out what you need to know before starting this course, such as some knowledge of ASP.NET Core and familiarity with web programming basics. If you need a refresher, learn about some helpful courses and resources.
If you need to brush up, follow the Become a Full-Stack Web Developer learning path here on LinkedIn learning. You'll also need a code editor to follow along. I'll be using the free community edition of Visual Studio, but you can also use Visual Studio Code, Atom, Sublime, or whatever editor you prefer. Sound good? Let's start from the beginning and take a look at what SignalR is and what it does.
- Comparing SignalR to WebSockets
- How SignalR works
- Adding a SignalR hub
- Handling hub and client connection events
- Adding connections to groups
- Adding persistence
- Adding user authentication