Monitor Server Tasks with ASP.NET SignalR and Bootstrap

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 14 Sep 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Despite the fact that browsers were designed specifically to get information from the server only by requesting or 'pulling' it, developers have always yearned to be able to push data to browsers from the server. Typically, it would be to display, within a web page within the browser, the progress of a long-running task. Now ASP.NET SignalR and Bootstrap make it possible, with care. Dino explains how....

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