Realtime client-server communication options for .NET

Brannon King (13.Jul.2017 at 16:00, 50 min)
Talk at OpenWest Conference 2017 (English - US)

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Over my past few years at ASI, I've analyzed a number of open-source frameworks for communicating between .NET or Web clients and .NET servers. Our company has needed real-time options that can handle shaky communication scenarios. I would review these options, show some code from each, and show some performance numbers from each. Technologies presented: RPC, Pub/Sub, OWIN, WAMP, DDS, Websockets. Open Source Frameworks presented: WampSharp, SignalR 2, NetMQ, OpenSplice DDS, ASP.NET Core. [159]

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