In my recent post, we have implemented Real-Time Chart using HTML5 Push Notification (SSE) and ASP.NET Web API. I got many requests to implement it using SignalR. So In this tutorial, we are going to display real-time updates with SignalR and ASP.NET MVC. SignalR is an async signaling library for ASP.NET to help build real-time, multi-user interactive web applications. It makes easy to push data from the server to the client.
I am happy to inform you that Microsoft has awarded me the ‘Most Valuable Professional (MVP)‘ award (in ASP.NET/IIS category) which is a great honor and given to a very limited number of professionals. In the first week of October, I went to Bangalore for official work and got mail from Microsoft during traveling:
In my recent post, we have seen how to create basic chart using jQuery Flot and ASP.NET Web API. In this article, we’ll create a chart to display real-time updates using native HTML5 push notification. The HTML5 Server-Sent event (SSE) model allows you to push real-time data updates from the server to the browser.