Strongly typing SignalR

I’m a big fan of strong typing. If you can leverage the compiler to give you an error (or warning) before you deploy code, all the better. That means you won’t, ideally, push a bug into the field. So I have a big problem with frameworks and libraries that rely on dynamic objects, or even worse, stringly typing thing.… Read the rest

Users by connections in SignalR

SignalR gives you events when users connect, disconnect, and reconnect, however the only identifying piece of information you have at this point is their connection ID. Unfortunately it’s not very practical to identify all your connected users strictly off their connectionIDs – usually you have some other identifier in your application (userID, email, etc).… Read the rest