Tagged: ios

SignalR on ios and a single domain

Safari on ios has a limitation that you can only have one concurrent request to a particular domain at a time. Normally this is fine, since once a request completes the next one that is queued up fires off. But what if you are using a realtime persistent connection library like signalR? In this case your one allowed connection is held up with the signalR request. If you’re not on a mac or linux and you use windows 7 or earlier you can’t use websockets so you’re stuck using http. Most suggestions involve buying a second domain, but sometimes thats not possible, especially if your application is a distributable web app that can run on client machines. You can’t expect clients to have to buy a second domain just so your realtime push works.

A nice solution, posted about in this github tracker following the issue is to configure your … Read more