Showing posts with label Visual Studio 2015. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Visual Studio 2015. Show all posts

Sunday, August 9, 2015

INSIDE SIGNALR – ADDRESSING CLIENTS, RETURN VALUES, BROKEN CONNECTIONS AND SECURITY


During my last lecture about ASP.NET SignalR in the .Net Developer Group Berlin-Brandenburg, some questions came up from the audience. I like to try to answer these questions with this blog post. The questions were about how address specific clients from the server side, how to return values after calling a function at a specific client and how broken connections are handled. And also the evergreen-question came up: How to secure SignalR applications. This post is about SignalR 2 and will not cover previous versions. You can find very good tutorials here: ASP.NET SignalR 2. Let's have a look at the questions step by step.


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Thursday, August 6, 2015

Diagnostic Tools debugger window in Visual Studio 2015


First let's define what we mean when we say "Diagnostic Tools" in Visual Studio. Diagnostic tools means different things to different people, and some would consider the debugger itself to be a diagnostic tool. In this context, when we say Diagnostic Tools, we mean tools that allow you to see historical information (data collected over time), as opposed to just a single moment in time (like when you are stopped at a live breakpoint). By that definition, there are three main examples of diagnostic tools that were available previously in Visual Studio 2013:


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C#,.NET,Architect,Intermediate,Diagnostic Tools,Visual Studio 2015,.Net,Articles,Computer Tutorials

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