Sunday, August 9, 2015


In this article I want to show, how you can improve server performance dramatically by using Microsoft asynchronous WebAPI. The text shows, how a Microsoft WebAPI service backend can be improved to handle request asynchronously and so to increase the number of concurrent clients the server can handle. You can boost the user experience of client applications with asynchronous WebAPI services by being more reactive and fluent in the user interface. This document will not describe the client side in deep, focus is on the performance of the server side. In the following section, I write a very simple web service using Microsoft WebAPI, measure the performance of concurrent requests to that service and compare the results to a second scenario, where we will make the service asynchronous.

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